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Packers News: OTA is Underway, Aaron Rodgers Reviews GoT Finale, Unsuccessful Waiver Claim on TE Jordan Leggett

OTAs, or Organized Team Activities for the acronym-impaired, began this week with the Packers allowing fans to come and watch. For the curious, Cole Madison was in attendance and participating. For those living under a rock, Josh Jones was not a participant.

Davante Adams was also among the absent:

Here is a fan made video of blocking drills(a sneak preview of LaFleur’s zone-blocking):

Packers.com posted this video:

The Packers will practice again at Clarke Hinkle Field on May 29th and June 4th in which the public will be allowed to spectate.


TE Jordan Leggett, waived by the Jets, was picked up by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to their waiver priority(which mimics draft order in the off-season). ESPN’s Field Yates reports that the Packers were among a few teams attempting to grab the tight end off the wire. More proof the Packers are looking to solidify their running game and Make Play Action Great Again™ in the coming season. There were also reports of Jimmy Graham working on some blocking drills during OTAs.


Aaron Rodgers and Bryan Bulaga

Aaron Rodgers (12) points to the scoreboard during a replay during the second half against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Aaron Rodgers spoke with Stephen Watson of WISN 12 News about OTAs and, of course, Game of Thrones:

Not sure why(probably from angry, rabid fans complaining about spoilers), but WISN pulled the video of the interview from their Facebook and Twitter feeds. It also does not appear to be on their website. Here is an unofficial version(Game of Thrones spoilers):


Bottom line is, like many fans, he was a bit disappointed with how things were eventually wrapped up.

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  1. Kato May 22, 2019

    The ending to GOT was crap. The most boring character literally takes the throne.

  2. Cheese May 22, 2019

    I see they have Graham doing some blocking drills. It’s about time he starts to earn his paycheck.