Four burning questions for the Packers at training camp.
There will be unique challenges for each team around the NFL this season. For the Green Bay Packers, that will be no different. The coronavirus pandemic meant there was no offseason program held at the team facility, and while the Packers have reported for training camp, their first practice won’t be held until this Saturday, according to ESPN’s Rob Demovsky.
That means the first practice for the Packers all year will take place just four weeks before the start of the regular season. For some comparison, Saturday was meant to be the Packers’ preseason opener against the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field. Practices at training camp would’ve already been well underway as preparations began for the new season.
But it’s the same problem every team has to deal with.
Despite the limited time the team will have in practice prior to the season opener against the Minnesota Vikings, there are still some big questions for the Packers to answer over the coming weeks. With an 80-man roster, competition for roster spots is even tougher, and players on the roster bubble will need to make the most of their opportunities with less time and no preseason to show what they can do.
Here are four burning questions for the Packers at training camp.