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.
The one player that the Green Bay Packers can least afford to lose to injury, who is not named Aaron Rodgers, is third year pro David Bakhtiari. There is just no suitable replacement for him on the current roster without a major shuffle of personnel.
Training camp always brings a little bit of youthful optimism; not only are young players overly optimistic about their chances in the NFL, but coaches, front office executives, fans and media alike all chatter about how player X is ahead of the curve/looking like a veteran/going to be the next superstar.
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