2019 Packers Offseason Workouts
For the first time that APC can remember, another NFL team will participate in the league’s best training camp tradition.
Jackson revealed the team’s off-day plans this morning on social media.
Matt LaFleur mixed up a few things, but not this tradition, which his predecessor started years ago.
For the second day of minicamp, we’ll keep an eye out once again for personnel groupings.
If Davis does make the 53 — something that looks more likely now than it did before spring practices — there should be a role for him on offense.
The disgruntled safety avoided fines by showing up for work, but his staying on the sideline will raise some questions.
The team is not allowing fans to view practice today, but the media will be reporting to give fans a second-hand look at today’s practice.
There’s no word yet if the embattled safety will skip this week’s practices, but there is a hefty fine waiting for him if he does.
Interior defensive linemen might not move the needle with fans, but the Packers may need their fifth-round pick to play important snaps in 2019.
The final open OTA practice of the year is here.
Green Bay has five notable cornerbacks returning from the 2018 roster, but one draft pick and a few other newcomers should be in the mix for final roster spots.
This is a minor change from recent years, as the event has usually taken place on a Saturday evening.
The Packers’ use of their second-round pick shows where they see him playing in the future.
With or without Josh Jones on the roster, second-year LB Oren Burks faced pressure to play meaningful snaps for the Packers. If Jones gets dealt, Burks has to be ready to provide even more versatile play in the box.
The Packers’ free agent acquisitions were all in the lineup on the first reps of the team’s first open practice.
The first open practice of the year is here — follow along as the Packers take the field in front of fans for the first time in 2019.
It appears that the Packers will not have every player on the roster in attendance this week after all.
The two new edge rushers get the biggest slices of this pie for their efforts in Green Bay this spring.
Good news, everyone! Open practices begin next week!
The group had a league-mandated week off over the past few days due to the team’s scheduling of rookie minicamp.
Where does the receiver group stand entering OTAs?
This handful of players will have something extra to prove in training camp if they want to be members of the 53-man roster in 2019.
The NDSU product will feel right at home wearing green and gold.
Several of the Packers’ draft picks spoke to the media on Friday afternoon after their first practice with the team.
The 11-man class is now under contract, with one swap from the list APC compiled from previous reporting.
The team will have numerous unsigned players in for tryouts this week. Here are three who have a good shot at getting a contract.