We are just a few days away from the Green Bay Packers’ preseason opener, but before that we have one last open training camp practice today as the team and fans prepare for the first game of 2018. Although that game takes place on Thursday evening with the Tennessee Titans coming to town, it’s time for one more set of bike rides this morning.
On Monday, the Green Bay Packers got safety Kentrell Brice back on the field briefly, a boost for the thin safety group. However, Brice only made it a few plays before being pulled off the field from team drills. In addition, a pair of young cornerbacks — Kevin King and Jaire Alexander — missed Monday’s practice with shoulder and groin injuries, respectively. This makes the secondary an area to watch closely both in practice today and on Thursday in the preseason opener.
Also worth monitoring is the status of defensive lineman Mike Daniels. After suffering an injury early last week, Daniels returned for one practice on Friday but has not participated since then. Granted, he was unlikely to play on Thursday anyway, but seeing him return to the field would be a welcome sight today.
Keep an eye on those injuries this afternoon below as you follow along with the results of practice.