During every Green Bay Packers training camp there seems to be a “camp-darling”, a dark horse who emerges out of nowhere to tantalize and excite the fan base. Last year that player was wide out Jeff Janis. This year Janis looks to earn more playing time.
Approaching the 2013 NFL Draft General Manager Ted Thompson was faced with needs at the key positions of defensive line and running back and a philosophy of taking the best players available. Thompson seemed to accomplish both.
Aaron Rodgers is very good in the pocket and is able to manipulate and move the pocket and use his legs to extend plays. It is part of what makes him great. For the Green Bay Packers offense to succeed, this is vital.
With the arrest and jailing of TE Andrew Quarless over the weekend in Miami there is a real chance that the Green Bay Packers could be minus three preferred starters for the opening of the 2015 campaign against the Bears.
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