Rookies Jayden Reed and Sean Clifford attended the NFLPA Rookie Premiere this week, representing the Green Bay Packers.
They were among the 45 rookies from around the league selected to attend the event.
Reed can be an instant starter for the Packers on offense. He is an explosive wide receiver who can play a number of roles in Matt LaFleur's system, although he will likely be featured primarily in the slot.
Clifford will compete for the backup quarterback job. For now, his only competition comes from Danny Etling, although it's possible Green Bay will add a veteran in the coming weeks and months. Either way, Clifford is set to be a factor this season, even if that means being the third-string quarterback on the practice squad.
With Reed and Clifford among the players in attendance at the NFLPA Rookie Premiere, it allowed for a photo opportunity in their new Packers uniforms.
First look at rookies Jayden Reed and Sean Clifford in Packers uniform
We got a first look at them in a Packers uniform with pads.
Reed will wear the #11 jersey and Clifford #8 in Green Bay. Here's our first look at the two in Packers colors:
It's fair to say they both look great in a Packers uniform.
Shortly after he was drafted, the Packers tweeted out an image of a #1 Reed jersey. As Wed Hodkiewicz of Packers.com noted at the time, it would've made Reed the first Packers player to wear that jersey since Curly Lambeau.
The Packers quickly corrected their error. The #1 jersey isn't officially retired, but it hasn't been used since Lambeau. Instead, Reed will wear the #11 jersey in Green Bay.
OTAs begin this week as preparations continue for the regular season. Reed and Clifford will be among the top players to watch for the Packers.