All Entries Tagged With: "Packers rookies"

Football has been but a distant memory for the past six months, so it's only natural that when training camps roll around, people get extremely excited about any positive developments from players new and old. That enthusiasm, however, can color the way we view what we see in training camp practices, which, it's crucial to remember, are only a one piece of a very large puzzle. 

It might take three months or three years, but rookie cornerback Kevin King could eventually become a starting outside corner for the Packers. However, the team has yet to really get him on the field and see what he can do.  Until now. 

On Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, the Green Bay Packers held their rookie minicamp for their 10 draft selections and additional undrafted free agents and tryouts.

Paul Bessire of PredictionMachine.com offers statistical projections for the Packers rookie class.

Quite a few members of the Packers rookie class of 2014 essentially redshirted during their first season in professional football.

Richard Rodgers is among the rookies looking to make his first NFL start on Thursday when the Packers take on the Seahawks in the season opener.

Thanks to PredictionMachine.com, we are able to get an idea of what kind of statistics the Packers rookies might put up in 2014.

From first rounder Datone Jones to seventh rounder Sam Barrington and everyone in between, expectations for each Packers draft choice are given this season.

The Packers' rookie class has meetings scheduled this week with Rob Davis, the team's director of player development.

With only Datone Jones and Eddie Lacy yet to sign, the Packers have already spent about $4.1 on their first nine draft signings. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The Green Bay Packers wrapped their first rookie minicamp of 2013 on Sunday. Here's what we learned from the three-day orientation.

With rookie orientation camp set to take place this weekend in Green Bay, Cheesehead TV takes a look at the newcomers to the Packers organization.