Packers: Three questions on offense at training camp

DETROIT, MI - DECEMBER 31: Brett Hundley
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What are the top three questions for the Green Bay Packers’ offense at training camp?

Training camp has finally arrived. It’s been a long summer, and an even longer offseason, but football has returned. It’s at camp we’ll get our first real preview of the new-look Green Bay Packers. Green Bay’s first practice takes place on Thursday, July 26.

First, let’s focus on the Packers’ offense. The unit has a number of new players this season.

Jordy Nelson’s time in Green Bay came to an end this spring, but the Packers have brought in tight ends Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis, as well as rookie wide receivers J’Mon Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown.

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With Aaron Rodgers back from a broken collarbone, Green Bay’s offense should once again be among the league’s very best.

In Rodgers’ last full season back in 2016, the Packers finished fourth in scoring offense, first in passing touchdowns and seventh in passing yards.

Many of the positions on offense are set. The Packers have an MVP quarterback, and elite left tackle and a rising star at wide receiver.

But we’ll learn a lot about Green Bay’s offense over the next few weeks. What are the top three questions for the unit at training camp?