The latest Green Bay Packers news and analysis from around the internet.
Good morning and welcome to the Packers News Report for Wednesday, May 2.
The 2018 NFL Draft is still very much the biggest topic in Green Bay. And why wouldn’t it be? It sure looks like new general manager Brian Gutekunst put together a solid class.
Here’s a roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers news and analysis from around the internet.
Packers news and notes from around FanSided
In Gutekunst, We Trust (Lombardi Ave)
It’s fair to say Brian Gutekunst has impressed in his first few months as general manager. He made some smart signings in free agency, and then backed it up with what looks to be a strong draft class. It’s refreshing to see a new approach in Green Bay.
Green Bay Packers in the Hall of Fame: Don Hutson (Lombardi Ave)
Clay Shannon continues his series looking at players in the Packers Hall of Fame. This time it’s a big one. He takes a look back at the career of the great Don Hutson.
Drafting JK Scott wasn’t a mistake (Lombardi Ave)
When Green Bay made the call to draft a punter, it was met with some confusion. And understandably so. But when you take a closer look at JK Scott the player, it begins to make sense. Scott could be an important piece on special teams for Green Bay. Having a quality punter can make a big difference in close games.
More news and notes from around the internet
Brian Gutekunst emphasizes special teams in his first NFL Draft (Cheesehead TV – Ryan Brunner)
After drafting three receivers, will Green Bay sign Dez Bryant? (The Power Sweep – Gary Zilavy)
Bryan Bulaga in 2018 plans, but pay-cut issue lingers (ESPN – Rob Demovsky)
How Packers’ rivals in NFC North fared in the draft (PackersWire – Jack Wepfer)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.