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Day 5, Packers Training Camp: What Happened

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Day 5, Packers Training Camp: What Happened

Today was the Packers' third padded practice of the 2017 season - here's what happened:

 

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sonomaca's picture

That's two corners down. Can never have enough corners.

Handsback's picture

Let's hope the injury bug gets squashed before TC enters next week.

RCPackerFan's picture

The most interesting part of today's practice that I took note of is that Rollins went in with the starters with King out and the slot corner was Randall. But Rollins was with the base defense over Randall.

I understand that its early, but so far Rollins has been spending a lot more time with the starters then Randall.

Also seeing that Williams was getting more time with the starters suggests that he is ahead of the other rookie RB's early on.

Some other notes:

It seems that Dupre is making a run at the 53. He seems to make plays a lot.

Davis might be our top return man.

Finwiz's picture

As long as it's Rollins and not Gunter...and I'm no huge Rollins fan.
I think they got the message last year. (Sigh of relief)

RCPackerFan's picture

I will admit that Rollins was my draft crush. I saw him play in the senior bowl and went back and watched him play his only year of college football. He was lights out good.

His rookie year he played really good and last year he was injured a lot. He missed a quite a bit of the offseason too. For a player that was going into his 3rd year of college football, thats not a good thing.

I'm excited to see what Rollins brings in year 3.

Duke Divine's picture

Caption the photo; " Wait Marty, you're telling me that guy took the last of the mashed potatoes?"

Spock's picture

Hearing a lot about Joe Kerridge. I think it was on Packers.com that there was some mention (might have been Larry McCarren) that Joe was blowing up people in the one-on-ones and in the pass blocking drills. Comments were that he was outdoing Rip! Maybe one of the RB's the Packers keep will be (can you believe it?) a second FULLBACK!! The one handed catch certainly puts him in the mix when taken in context with the other stuff. He's my 'sleeper' RB. Laugh at me if you will, LOL.

flackcatcher's picture

Not laughing at all. MM made comment after NFC championship game that he wants another fullback other than Rip on the 53. Most overlook the lost of Kuhn last year, it really restricted what MM could do in the running game. Kerridge's move to the 53 in the last 8 games brought back the packers heavy run set. Would not be surprised at all if Kerridge makes the roster and is featured early in the season.

Nick Perry's picture

S***!!!! Now I'm a little worried. Three of the top four picks, all defense, all hurt. Now we have the Packers being cautious?? I've heard that before!

I made some rah-rah comment suggesting this year the Packers injury luck just HAS to change. Promise, not another word from me about health. UGH!

RCPackerFan's picture

no worries here.

King's injury was said to be more of them being cautious. Biegel sounds like he is returning soon. Adams sounds like he will be out 4-6 weeks.

I'm not worried at all to be honest.

Spud Rapids's picture

Any word on how the Ripper is doing in camp?

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