Phase three of the offseason program gets underway next week. What are the five biggest questions for the Green Bay Packers?
Time has flown by since Jeff Janis was leaping into an Arizona end zone in January, and all of a sudden we’ve arrived at phase three of the Green Bay Packers’ offseason program. Up next are the OTAs, and there are some unanswered questions for the Packers.
This will be one of the first big opportunities for the rookies to show what they can do when up against the returning veterans. Contact isn’t allowed in these practices, but seven-on-seven, nine-on-nine and 11-on-11 drills are allowed.
Will we see the return of any of the injured stars? Jordy Nelson, Ty Montgomery and Sam Barrington are just a few names who will be returning at some point in the offseason program, but whether or not it happens at OTAs is yet to be seen.
For the coaches, this is a good opportunity to lock down some key parts of the playbook to be fully prepared for the players’ return in July for training camp.
Here’s five burning questions entering the Packers’ organized team activities.
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