Though the NFL has not confirmed reports that Thursday Night Football will ditch the color rush uniforms this upcoming season, that doesn’t necessarily mean the Green Bay Packers will only wear their traditional uniforms and throwback alternates. At least that appears to be the case following an Instagram from one of the team’s most prominent players.
In an Instagram story, Davante Adams shared a photo of a yellow Packers jersey. For the uninitiated, the team doesn’t play in yellow jerseys, just green, white, and their mostly blue throwbacks. This would suggest that perhaps Green Bay intends to join the rest of the league in wearing a non-white monochromatic uniform at some point in 2018.
The Packers’ annual tailgate tour continues this week. This time, the tour takes its first stop outside of Wisconsin. Players like Ty Montgomery and Kenny Clark talked to high school students and donated a check to a local school.
The 2018 NFL Draft doesn’t feature as many top-level receiver prospects as recent years, but the Packers can still find some useful pass catchers to add to their roster. APC readers will see familiar names like D.J. Moore, but small-school wideouts like Anthony Miller and Michael Gallup have gained traction during the draft process.
To further commemorate the Packers’ 100th season, the team plans to hold events such as “History Night” on April 24. That night will feature artifacts from Green Bay’s past at the team’s Hall of Fame.