A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Thursday, June 27.
Good morning and welcome to the Packers News Report. In exactly 10 weeks, the Green Bay Packers will be in Chicago to kick off the NFL’s 100th season with a victory over the Bears.
In the Packers News Report today: three important stats the team must improve in the 2019 season, why Green Bay should sign free agent safety Tre Boston, whether starters should play many snaps in the preseason, and more.
Also, why Jamaal Williams’ pass-catching is good news for the new offense, and 10 sleeper prospects for next year’s draft.
Here’s a roundup of the latest articles from around the internet.
News and notes from around FanSided
I wrote about why Green Bay needs to improve its third down percentage on offense, turnover differential and limit the number of sacks in 2019.
Why not sign Tre Boston? (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express wrote about why Green Bay should consider signing free agent safety Tre Boston.
Matt LaFleur must weigh up risk-reward in preseason (Lombardi Ave)
Should Green Bay play the starters in preseason this year?
Jamaal Williams’ receiving ability important in new offense (Lombardi Ave)
I wrote about how Jamaal Williams can help Green Bay’s offense as a receiver.
10 sleeper prospects who could become high draft picks in 2020 NFL Draft (With the First Pick – Nicholas Perlich)
Nicholas Perlich of With the First Pick looks at 10 prospects who could go on to become high draft picks in next year’s draft.
More news and notes from around the internet
Training camp battle awaits Packers veteran K Mason Crosby (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
Should the Packers consider extensions for Martinez or Fackrell? (Cheesehead TV – Chris Peterson)
What if all of the Packers’ one-score games went differently since 2010? (Acme Packing Company – Evan “Tex” Western)
Broncos will field familiar, formidable defense vs. Packers (PackersNews.com – Ryan Wood)
Healthy offseason a big help for Lane Taylor (Packers.com – Mike Spofford)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.