Every rep counts for a much younger Packers roster than in recent years. No longer in all-in mode, the Packers are moving forward without several veteran starters from last season. Many rookies could win starting jobs this summer.
A couple of weeks remain in the Packers' offseason program, but some players have already stood out on the practice field, including these three.
3. Romeo Doubs, WR
Christian Watson's unbelievable second half of the season stole the headlines, making it easy to forget just how good Romeo Doubs was before getting injured.
Doubs, not Watson, starred throughout the summer. By midseason, he had been Green Bay's most impressive rookie receiver, making 30 catches for 296 yards and three touchdowns in the opening eight games. However, he got hurt in Week 9, missed four games, then struggled for consistency once he returned.
But Doubs is off to a fast start this offseason.
He was one of Jordan Love's favorite targets at practice this week. According to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Doubs caught four passes for 42 yards on the same two-minute drill, including two receptions on third down.
"Rome's done an outstanding job. It's amazing the jump you see from guys going from Year 1 to Year 2," said head coach Matt LaFleur.
Doubs is building chemistry with Love and earning his trust, which is a great sign.