A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Saturday, July 27.
The Green Bay Packers completed their second training camp practice on Friday, and will be back on the field at 10:15 a.m. CT today.
There’s plenty to get into today, from training camp Day 2 takeaways to the signing of running back Corey Grant. Also, reaction to the report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Mike Daniels is signing with the Detroit Lions.
Also in Saturday’s Packers News Report, a look at potential must-win games for Green Bay this season. One of those games could be the season opener against the Chicago Bears, which is less than six weeks away, with the countdown at 40 days.
News and notes from around FanSided
Three takeaways from Day 2 of Camp (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express was once again in attendance at training camp on Friday, and he’s written about the top three takeaways from Day 2.
Potential must-win games in the 2019 season (Lombardi Ave)
Nile McNair looks at a number of potential must-win games for Green Bay if the team is to make it back to the postseason in 2019.
Corey Grant is a huge addition for Green Bay (Lombardi Ave)
Evan Siegel writes about the role that running back Corey Grant could play in Green Bay’s offense, and why he’s a huge addition to the team.
Five players being over-drafted in fantasy football (FanSided – Kevin Scott)
Kevin Scott of FanSided looks at five players who have been drafted too early in fantasy football drafts this year.
More news and notes from around the internet
Mark Murphy, Aaron Rodgers have most at stake in Packers’ playoff bid (PackersNews.com – Pete Dougherty)
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, coach Matt LaFleur building relationship, offensive philosophy (Packers Wire – Jack Wepfer)
New Packer Corey Grant makes happier return to Green Bay (ESPN – Rob Demovsky)
The Packers needed Daniels’ cap savings (Cheesehead TV – James Reynolds)
Pass-catching skills a constant focus for Aaron Jones (Packers.com – Mike Spofford)
Grant brings speed to backfield (247Sports.com – Bill Huber)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.