I’ll include a live shot of Lambeau to add to the ambiance.
Lumpkin is a power runner like Ryan Grant, but with better vision and moves. He can make defenders miss, doesn’t run into his blockers (unlike Grant) and can push the pile when a hole isn’t there.
By all accounts, the first four days of Packers training camp (six practices, total) were spirited, with few distractions.
Join us for our LIVE Packers‘ training camp blog today. We will have Packer updates and discussion throughout both practices.
Join us for our LIVE Packers‘ training camp blog this afternoon. We will have Packer updates and discussion throughout today’s practice.
Join us for our LIVE Packers‘ training camp blog this evening. Packer updates and discussion throughout the evening practice.
I hope Atari can play the field better than he can ride that crazy bike.
Nick Collins? Who knows. Atari Bigby? Who knows. Anthony Smith? Who knows. Aaron Rouse? Sucks. Charlie Peprah? Surrrre. We need some solid answers at safety.
With training camp less than three weeks away, we have some great position battles to look forward to. In spite of the switch to the 3-4 defense, it turns out that most of the best ones will be on the offensive side of the ball.
There was a whole lot of nothing going on at the final day of mini-camp. That’s the last you will see of the Packers until August 1st.
Mini-Camp day two is in full swing. Through the power of Twitter, I can tell you a little bit of what transpired.