A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Tuesday, August 27.
Welcome to the Packers News Report. Preseason continues in two days, but it’s fair to assume the Green Bay Packers won’t have any of their starters playing. And that will be the same for most, if not all, of the other teams around the NFL.
So the real question is whether the NFL should reduce the number of preseason games. Oftentimes, teams just aren’t willing to risk losing key players in games that don’t count towards the regular season standings. And that’s the right decision.
Aaron Rodgers likely won’t feature at all in the preseason. That means Green Bay has had four weeks of games being played between backup quarterbacks.
Should the NFL reduce the number of preseason games, or should they continue with four? What are your thoughts?
Today’s Packers News Report features a look at Marquez Valdes-Scantling’s fantasy football value, players to watch against the Kansas City Chiefs this week, and more.
News and notes from around FanSided
Green Bay Packers v. Chiefs: Seven players on the roster bubble (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express looks at seven players on the roster bubble ahead of Thursday night’s game.
Three players to watch vs. Chiefs in preseason (Lombardi Ave)
I wrote about the top three players to watch in Thursday’s game against the Chiefs.
Despite securing a starting job in Matt LaFleur’s offense, Marquez Valdes-Scantling continues to slip under the radar in fantasy football drafts.
Green Bay Packers 10 Keys to success: #7 Rashan Gary (Dairyland Express – Jacob Westendorf)
Jacob Westendorf of Dairyland Express continues to count down the 10 keys to success for the Packers this season. At No. 7 is edge rusher Rashan Gary.
More news and notes from around the internet
Rashan Gary ‘back at it’ and eager for rookie season to start (Packers.com – Mike Spofford)
Positions where Packers still need help as cutdown day approaches (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
Packers ‘extremely fortunate’ to have rookie Rashan Gary back at practice after injury (PackersNews.com – Tom Silverstein and Jim Owczarski)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.