Which three players have increased their stock in preseason?
Two weeks down, two to go. Halfway through the preseason, a number of players for the Green Bay Packers have increased their stock, and therefore their chances of making the 53-man roster. Those decisions won’t be made for another couple of weeks ahead of the regular season opener against the Chicago Bears. But two games in, we can look at who has increased their stock.
While missed tackles have been a problem for the Packers so far this summer, and Aaron Rodgers is yet to play a snap in a live game in Matt LaFleur’s offense, there are plenty of positives to be taken away from the opening two games of the LaFleur era.
The Packers head to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for their third preseason contest this week. They’ll take on the Oakland Raiders. The team then returns to Lambeau Field for next week’s preseason finale against the Kansas City Chiefs, just seven days before the Packers kick off the regular season at Soldier Field.
In two weeks, we’ll know who makes the Green Bay Packers’ 53-man roster and who misses out. With two games of the preseason now complete, let’s take a look at which players have increased their stock.