Training camp is in the books for the Green Bay Packers, or at least the public practice version of it. Here are some observations from the public practices and a look forward to the final two preseason games for 2019.
Andy Herman of Cheesehead TV recaps training camp and offers his thoughts on who stood out, and who has work to do to make the roster.
Camp Standout: Za'Darius Smith: Smith was a terror throughout camp from wherever he was lined up. He won against the first team, second team, or really anyone that he had in front of him. He held up well at the point of attack against the run, played inside and outside, left side or right side, and no matter where he was the offense never really had a great answer for him.
Camp Disappointment: J'Mon Moore: He’s had significant drops in both preseason and in camp and just hasn’t found the ability to take his game to the next level and perform on a consistent basis. And with just about every other receiver on the roster having a really strong camp, it puts Moore well behind the 8-ball, to the point where it would be a fairly major surprise to see him on the 53-man roster come September.
You can see Andy's picks for top rookie, biggest surprise, most likely to get cut, and the new cult hero in Green Bay by going to Cheesehead TV by clicking here.
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