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The 2018 NFL Draft is in the books and so is the 90 man roster that the Green Bay Packers will carry into training camp and the preseason. With the exception of some turn over on the very bottom of the roster or a surprise post-draft free agent signing, the team that will eventually become…


After the mandatory two days of training camp in shells, the Packers finally get to put the pads on to see what they have on the field. Both rookies and veterans alike now get the chance to show their true athleticism and ability in a realistic setting, doing all the drills needed to get ready…


Finally, the commencement of Packers training camp is less than a week away. New names and also familiar faces will put on green and gold as Pack Nation pours into Ray Nitschke Field July 28th. There is a great deal of buzz surrounding this year’s draft class, however there is a lot to talk about…


Kenny Clark, Dean Lowry, Kyle Murphy, and Kevin King should all have dinner this week. The first three can tell King about their experiences from last year where a rule that secondary coach Joe Whitt referred to as “antiquated” tossed a wrench into a critical developmental period as rookies in the NFL. Luckily, the Packers…


The Green Bay Packers have fielded one of the best offensive line units in the NFL the last two seasons. However, they will be heading into 2017 looking to replace a Pro Bowl Guard for the second consecutive season.   Tackle David Bakhtiari has developed into one of the best LTs in the entire league,…


The Green Bay Packers are one of the most effective teams in the league when it comes to drafting players who can have an impact in their rookie season. As discussed last week, the Packers are expecting and hoping for significant impacts from each of their first three draft selections: Kenny Clark, Jason Spriggs, and…


Analysis (Taylor O’Neill):┬áThe Packers grab another PAC-12 player. Murphy was first-team all conference during his senior year, having moved over from playing right tackle his junior year, where he was second-team all conference. At 6’6″ and 305 lbs he definitely has the size to play tackle in the NFL. He also has good arm length…