A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Tuesday, July 17.
Good morning and welcome to the Packers News Report for Tuesday, July 17. We are now just 54 days away from the Green Bay Packers’ regular season opener.
Today’s report includes a training camp preview of the wide receiver position, an article on David Bakhtiari, and a great piece by Lombardi Ave’s Nick Olig, who compared the best players to play with Brett Favre, compared to the greatest Packers to play with Aaron Rodgers.
Let’s get started. Here’s a roundup of the latest articles from around the internet.
News and notes from around FanSided
All-time scrimmage: Team Brett Favre vs. Team Aaron Rodgers (Lombardi Ave)
Imagine putting together a roster of the best Green Bay Packers players in the Brett Favre era. Now do the same with the best players Aaron Rodgers has played with. If these two teams were to play a game each other, who would win? That’s exactly what Lombardi Ave’s Nick Olig has done. It’s a great article and interesting to compare the two rosters. Which team do you think would win?
Training camp preview: Wide receiver (Lombardi Ave)
The wide receiver competition should be one of the most interesting at training camp this summer. Green Bay has 10 receivers currently on the roster, but there will only be six or seven available spots. Which receivers will make the final roster?
David Bakhtiari set for another strong season in 2018 (Lombardi Ave)
If David Bakhtiari can stay healthy this year, he’ll have yet another excellent season in Green Bay. He’s one of the best tackles in all of football right now.
More news and notes from around the internet
Aaron Rodgers explains desire to play until he’s 40 (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
Film review: Right tackles (Cheesehead TV – Andrew Herman)
Packers 2018 roster prediction: Mike Daniels, Kenny Clark again top depth chart (Acme Packing Company – Jason B. Hirschhorn)
Packers’ Muhammad Wilkerson won’t lack motivation playing against Jets (PackersNews.com – Ryan Wood)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.