A roundup of the latest Packers news for Thursday, June 4.
Welcome to the Packers news today.
Should Green Bay consider signing free-agent defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan? With help still needed along the defensive line, today’s roundup includes analysis on whether signing Jernigan would be a good move.
Also, what are the five best games on the regular season schedule this year?
News and notes from around FanSided
Free agent Timmy Jernigan should be an option (Lombardi Ave – Christian Borman)
With reports that Timmy Jernigan won’t be signing with the Houston Texans and will remain a free agent, Lombardi Ave’s Christian Borman writes about the possibility of Green Bay signing him, a move that could help strengthen the defensive line.
Why not give DL Timmy Jernigan a call? (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express also gave his analysis on why signing Jernigan would make sense for Green Bay.
Sternberger ready for very important role in 2020 (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Bretl also wrote about second-year tight end Jace Sternberger, who was selected by Green Bay in the third round of last year’s draft. Bretl looks at why Sternberger is ready for an important role in Matt LaFleur’s offense this season.
NFL Record Predictions 2020: Early over/under win total picks for all 32 teams (NFL Spin Zone – Cody Williams)
Cody Williams of NFL Spin Zone looks at the early NFL over/under win totals for each team and makes his predictions.
Five best games on the 2020 NFL schedule (FanSided – Mike Phillips)
Mike Phillips of FanSided ranks the five best games to look forward to on the 2020 NFL regular season schedule.
More news and notes from around the internet
Projecting the Packers’ post-draft depth chart at offensive tackle (Packers Wire – Grant Matheny)
Pack-A-Day Podcast – Episode 678 – Building an All-Time Packers Starting Roster (Cheesehead TV – Andy Herman)
Packers promote Demetri Goodson, Brandian Ross to new scouting roles (PackersNews.com – Ryan Wood)
Packers’ 2020 90-man Roster Ranking: From 30 to 21, OL and RBs battle for positions (Acme Packing Company – Paul Noonan)
We hope you enjoyed this roundup.