Standout: Romeo Doubs
It may have been a difficult day for the Packers' offense, but second-year wide receiver Romeo Doubs continues to impress.
Doubs made a highlight-reel catch in a one-on-one drill versus All-Pro cornerback Jaire Alexander.
It's another impressive performance from Doubs on the practice field. He is building chemistry with Jordan Love each day. Making plays against Alexander will give him confidence.
Doubs was again among the standout performers for the Packers.
Dud: Anders Carlson
Consistency remains an issue for rookie kicker Anders Carlson. There's no denying the power he has, but unless he can turn that into consistency on Sundays, he won't last long in Green Bay.
"Carlson finishes practice with a miss wide right from 52 during team period. Plenty of leg so far in camp, but accuracy remains an issue for the rookie," writes The Athletic's Matt Schneidman.
Schneidman noted that Carlson converted five of eight kicks on Tuesday, including a miss from 40 yards. This followed an awful Saturday practice when he made just two of seven attempts.
Carlson has the power to make kicks from any distance, but he needs to improve his accuracy and consistency. The Packers can't afford to enter the regular season without full confidence in their kicker, so the pressure is on the rookie to turn things around in the next few weeks.