Packers Training Camp 2016
Here’s how to tune in for this year’s first event at Lambeau Field.
Join us as we follow along with the Packers’ early Saturday practice session.
Green Bay’s head man on defense isn’t ruling out lining up his best player inside again if necessary.
With more contact taking place as the Packers practiced in pads for the first time, Thursday’s practice had an elevated level of intensity.
With Datone Jones spending more of his time at outside linebacker and Mike Pennel suspended for the first four games of the season, the defensive line could suffer.
Green Bay’s rookie receiver made one of the standout plays of the team’s first practice of the summer.
OMG EVERYONE LOSE YOUR MINDS!
Once again, the Packers have a freed up a few spots at the back of the 90-man roster.
The Packers will begin training camp without Jordy Nelson, T.J. Lang, Corey Linsley, Sam Barrington, Ty Montgomery and Jared Cook.
Who will be the ten men practicing with the Packers this fall? APC takes a guess here.
Acme Packing Company projects the Packers keep the same four safeties from last season.
The Packers return a deep, talented group of players who have the versatility to play outside and in the slot.
Acme Packing Company projects five inside linebackers making the Packers' roster.
Sam Barrington must fend off rookie Blake Martinez for the right to start next to Jake Ryan.
How many snaps will the Packers’ numerous outside linebackers each get this season? And how many can they afford to keep on the roster?
With a new deal signed late last year, the Packers’ top lineman has quite the job ahead of him with so many young players on the roster.
Green Bay returns one of the top offensive lines in the league, but APC projects some new players to slot in behind them on the depth chart.
Acme Packing Company projects the Packers to retain three tight ends heading into 2016.
The former Titans and Rams tight end offers a vertical dimension to the Packers' passing attack.
Injuries were the story of the 2015 Packers receiving corps, but hope springs anew this season.
A different storyline has received almost all the attention this offseason, but ball security is an issue that needs to be addressed by one Packers runner in camp.