Welcome to Wednesday, day two of the Green Bay Packers' 2015 minicamp. Today, the Packers get a day off from practice to go on some sort of teambuilding event, and though Mike McCarthy avoided announcing what the event was, we should find out later on today.
In the meantime, there is some useful news coming out of Tuesday's minicamp practice. The big item revolves around the cornerbacks, where three players have started to emerge from the pack behind veterans Sam Shields and Casey Hayward. Thankfully for the Packers, two of those three are this year's top draft picks, which is a (very) early sign that those investments may turn out to be good ones.
Beyond that, we have some news about two Packers wideouts as well as a few more ranking lists on which the Packers make appearances.
Newly-signed Damarious Randall 'most talented' of young CBs | Packersnews.com
There is a trio of young corners who have "separated themselves from the group," according to Joe Whitt: Randall, who has the most talent, Quinten Rollins, who has the best instincts, and undrafted free agent Ladarius Gunter, whose technique is the best.
Ty Montgomery doing his best to catch up | Packers.com
In one day's worth of open practices, Aaron Rodgers likes what he has seen from the rookie, "other than his college choice."
'Nowhere near satisfied' | ESPN Wisconsin
The buzz about Davante Adams has been clear this offseason, with praise coming his way from his head coach, his quarterback, and other sources. He's not buying into the hype, though, and is committed to continuing his hard work.
Good contract/bad contract: A guide to NFL offseason extensions - SBNation.com
Dot-com brings us their guide to NFL contracts, and with a few Packers in line for new deals this year, it's pretty timely for us.
Packers To Name Susan Finco To Executive Committee | Cheesehead TV
Finco brings a wealth of public relations experience to the new post, and Larry McCarren is expected to take Finco's place on the board of directors.
Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck lead all-QB offense - NFL.com
This is a very silly exercise. Still, Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback among quarterbacks, and therefore he plays quarterback on the all-quarterback offense.
Five best NFL draft classes by team of last 10 years - NFL.com
The Packers don't finish in the top five, but the 2009 class (B.J. Raji, Clay Matthews, T.J. Lang) gets an honorable mention.