Injuries! What else would we be talking about when we talk about the Green Bay Packers? Fortunately, those from preseason one don't appear that bad.
I think the answer would be no based on what we saw during the Green Bay Packers' first preseason game. No, not even a little bit.
We've got a depth chart. Unofficial, of course, but a depth chart nonetheless. The only surprise for the Green Bay Packers comes at the cornerback position.
We haven't heard much from Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall about his move to the slot. He addressed it on NFL Network. Here's the video.
Before you double over in laughter, the Green Bay Packers are indeed looking for Damarious Randall to turn into something of what Charles Woodson was.
The Green Bay Packers want to get something out of cornerback Damarious Randall. He wants to rebound. That may come down to one thing: confidence.
Could Damarious Randall or Quinten Rollins win a starting spot at the outside cornerback position with the Green Bay Packers? Let's break it down.
There are a couple of similarities between the Green Bay Packers' 2015 draft and 2017 draft, but the players chosen at the top are very different.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall played the injury card for his terrible 2016 season. Now, he insists he's going to rebound. That would be great for the Packers.
The guys who open OTAs with the starting units typically also open training camp there for the Green Bay Packers. So who's got a leg up in the secondary?
It appears part of Quinten Rollins' poor 2016 performance can be blamed on a lingering injury. But that's the thing, he can blame himself for the rest.
The battle for starting spots among the Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks will be the most interesting to watch in training camp. We're calling the battle.
Not everyone expected Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall to be a star. Some scouts saw what was to come in 2016. The Packers must hope he turns it around.
The Green Bay Packers' biggest need hasn't been addressed -- cornerback. There are really only three ways this can pan out and here they are.
With two exceptions, Green Bay Packers' general manager Ted Thompson's first-round picks have fared rather poorly. Why? He drafts the wrong positions.
Is he cracking under the pressure, much like he did on the football field in 2016? Damarious Randall is most definitely feeling the negativity.