Presumptive starter Sam Barrington has been ordinary, Nate Palmer has a club on his left hand and Carl Bradford is still trying to find his way at inside linebacker. In the meantime, rookie Jake Ryan just keeps getting better. The fourth-round draft pick followed up a solid game against New England with arguably his best
Ty Montgomery wasn’t the Packers’ first pick in the most recent draft, but he’s been the best pick after two weeks of training camp. With Family Night now a memory and the preseason opener just a day away, here’s our initial rookie report card: WR TY MONTGOMERY – I rolled my eyes when Packers scout
Packers Notes will provide updates from training camp whenever we have a person in attendance, so check back for the latest news. This info was compiled by Michael Sarlo. –Things are different for Mike McCarthy this summer. No longer burdened with calling plays on offense, the head coach is spending more time at practice watching
Packers Notes will provide updates from training camp whenever we have a person in attendance, so check back for the latest news. This info was compiled by Robert Tahan. –It’s early so maybe things will change, but for now Micah Hyde and Randall Cobb appear to be the top choices to return punts this season.
I understand why Matt Rotheram went undrafted last weekend. The hulking offensive lineman from Pitt isn’t a particularly impressive athlete. Heck, some wide receivers can do more reps on the bench press (22), and I might be able to post a faster 40 (5.56). Fortunately, he plays football a lot better than he runs and pumps
Three years ago, I raved about a fourth-round pick from a Big 10 school. That player was Iowa defensive end Mike Daniels. Well, I’m about to do the same thing about another fourth-round pick from a Big 10 school. This time the player is Jake Ryan, the throwback inside linebacker from Michigan who’ll now be