A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers news for Friday, August 14.
Welcome to the Packers news today.
Can second-year running back Dexter Williams make the Green Bay Packers’ 53-man roster? Why could the Packers regret not signing Everson Griffen? Griffen will now play for former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy with the Dallas Cowboys.
Also, could Aaron Rodgers be destined to play for another NFL team in 2021?
Packers news and notes from around FanSided
Packers: In a loaded RB room, LaFleur is excited to see Dexter Williams (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express writes about Dexter Williams’ chances of making the 53-man roster. As Bretl writes, while Matt LaFleur had high praise for Williams’ offseason work, it won’t be easy for him to make the roster given the Packers’ depth at the running back position.
Despite there reportedly being mutual interest between the Green Bay Packers and Everson Griffen, a deal was never made. Griffen has now signed with the Dallas Cowboys, and the Packers could regret not signing the Pro Bowl edge rusher.
Good NFL quarterbacks destined for new teams in 2021 (FanSided – Dustin Baker)
Dustin Baker of FanSided has written about good NFL quarterbacks who could be playing for new teams in 2021. Unfortunately, the list includes the Packers’ two-time MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
More Packers news and notes from around the internet
Matt LaFleur excited to see more from Packers RB Dexter Williams (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)
Packers 2020 Opponents Preview: Titans add rookies & bargain veterans to fill roster holes (Acme Packing Company – Evan “Tex” Western)
Pack-A-Day Podcast – Episode 750 – Positional Preview: Tight Ends (Cheesehead TV – Andy Herman)
‘Purple Doritos,’ Scorpions karaoke, Jack Handey: 10 fun things we learned about Aaron Rodgers from ’10 Questions’ podcast (PackersNews.com – Kendra Meinert)
Packers safety Darnell Savage not resting on rookie season (Packers.com – Mike Spofford)
We hope you enjoyed this roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers news.