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  Packers | John Kuhn blocking well    Mon Jul 21, 11:15 AM

Green Bay Packers FB John Kuhn didn't have a quarterback pressure in 325 snaps last season, with half of the snaps coming in spread formations. 'He did block better,' an NFC North scout said. 'He can cover you up as a lead (blocker) but he's just not great there. He's valuable because he's really good in pass protection and he can catch the ball.'

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  Packers | Corey Linsley could have shot a starting job    Sat Jul 19, 12:31 PM

Green Bay Packers C Corey Linsley could be in line for the starting center job if C JC Tretter is not able to handle the job.

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  Packers | Aaron Rodgers feeling good    Fri Jul 18, 04:46 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said his body has been feeling good to the point where he can keep his legs underneath him for a long time. Rodgers attributed his well-being to changes he's made off the field regarding his eating patterns.

Footballguys view: Rodgers will once again be one of the best fantasy quarterbacks you can draft. With a healthy Randall Cobb and new weapons like Davante Adams and Jared Abbrederis, the Packers will have a robust passing game in 2014. Rodgers has a current ADP of QB3 (3.01) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Packers | Aaron Rodgers wants to play the way he has been    Fri Jul 18, 04:13 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said he has to be instinctual and rely on his quick reactions. Rodgers said playing the way he has been gives him an advantage.

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  Packers | Julius Peppers may move around    Thu Jul 17, 03:23 PM

Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers said LB Julius Peppers may move around on the defense and play a "hybrid" type role for the team. 'I can tell you that things we've asked him to do, he's done a nice job of,' defensive coordinator Dom Capers said of Peppers. 'He'll be one of those, quote, hybrid-type guys. He'll rush, he'll drop, he'll do a lot of different things.

Footballguys view: At 34-years old, Peppers is not the same player he used to be. His 7 sacks in 2013 were the least he's had since 2007. We'll see if he can stand out this year as a pass-rusher opposite Clay Matthews.

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  Packers | Clay Matthews must prove he can stay healthy    Thu Jul 17, 03:22 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews (thumb) believes he will be ready for the start of training camp, but must prove he can stay healthy once he does return. 'He has to show that he can line up and stay healthy,' linebackers coach Winston Moss said.

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  Packers | More on Eddie Lacy's snap count    Thu Jul 17, 08:32 AM

Updating a previous report, the Green Bay Packers want to keep RB Eddie Lacy on the field for all three downs, not necessarily to touch the ball more, but to keep substitutions from slowing down the offense. He'll need to improve his pass blocking and should see an increase in targets.

Footballguys view: Lacy is a first-round fantasy running back this year. Once the top four backs are off the board, then guys like Lacy, Le'Veon Bell and Montee Ball become options for your fantasy team. Lacy has a current ADP of RB5 (1.07) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Packers | Several in mix for No. 5 RB job    Wed Jul 16, 11:36 PM

If the Green Bay Packers elect to keep five running backs on the roster, there is a wide open battle behind RBs Eddie Lacy, James Starks, DuJuan Harris and FB John Kuhn. RBs Michael Hill, Raijon Neal, LaDarius Perkins and Ina Liaina will try to prove they belong during training camp and the preseason.

Footballguys view: We like Perkins in this race. He's a good all-around talent who is swift with the ball in his hands. Perkins can change direction smoothly and provide the team with a decent receiving option out of the backfield.

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  Packers | Want Eddie Lacy to be more involved    Tue Jul 15, 07:25 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy will try to be more involved in all aspects of the game, according to offensive coordinator Tom Clements. Clements admitted the team hasn't figured out how many carries they want Lacy to have this year.

Footballguys view: Lacy had a strong rookie season in 2013, and fantasy owners are excited about what he can do this year. He finished last year as the 7th-best fantasy running back, and many think he can finish as a top-5 back in 2014. Lacy's current ADP is RB5 (1.07) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Packers | Jermichael Finley to undergo more tests    Tue Jul 15, 03:23 AM

Free-agent TE Jermichael Finley (Packers) plans to undergo another round of tests Wednesday, July 16, and he will send those tests to all 32 teams in an effort to show that he is fully healthy.

Footballguys view: Finley has to show teams that he's fully healthy if he wants to find a new home. Once he does that, there should be a few teams willing to give him a one-year deal on a "prove it" contract. We believe a team like the Giants could have the most interest.

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  Packers | Nothing imminent with Jim Leonhard    Mon Jul 14, 02:33 PM

Free-agent SS Jim Leonhard (Bills) said his agent talked with the Green Bay Packers earlier this offseason but nothing is imminent between the two sides.

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  Packers | Looking for faster offense    Mon Jul 14, 02:05 PM

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy would like to run 75 offensive plays per game this upcoming season so the opponents would have less time to adjust. 'I've always been of the belief of getting as many shots as you can, so we've always emphasized playing as fast as you can. When you have as many three-down players as you can possibly have, obviously your substitution patterns are cleaner. You're not subbing because you have to, you're subbing just when you need to,' McCarthy said. The team ran an average of 67.125 plays per game in 2013, which ranked 11th in the NFL.

Footballguys view: Everyone wants to do what guys like Chip Kelly do. Upping the tempo puts a lot of pressure on an opposing defense because substitutions become much more difficult. More offensive plays are nothing but a good thing for fantasy stars like Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.

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  Packers | Jarrett Boykin has hold of No. 3 WR job    Sat Jul 12, 11:56 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Jarrett Boykin will be entering training camp as the No. 3 wide receiver, and it will be hard for one of the other wide receivers to outperform him for the job.

Footballguys view: The Packers have a couple of talented rookies in Davante Adams and Jared Abbrederis behind Boykin. Those two will push the veteran for the WR3 job, but we should see Boykin hold them off during camp. The lack of a quality tight end in Green Bay could mean more targets for Boykin in 2014.

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  Packers | Competition for starting TE job wide open    Sat Jul 12, 11:47 AM

Green Bay Packers tight ends coach Jerry Fontenot said the competition for the starting tight end job will be wide open when training camp starts. 'I think we are pretty wide open at this point,' Fontenot said. 'I think guys have shown some progress, and those guys warrant a much bigger look. And I think once we get to training camp, we'll have an idea of a rotation, at least, and giving guys reps just to make sure they're ready to start the season.' TE Andrew Quarless may be the safest option to start at this point, but TE Richard Rodgers could start in the near future because of his performance during offseason workouts.

Footballguys view: Watch this competition closely in training camp. Rodgers has been getting some praise for his performance this offseason. He might be considered a favorite for the job at this time. Rodgers is a better option than the inconsistent Quarless.

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  Packers | Won't retire Brett Favre's jersey yet    Fri Jul 11, 11:11 AM

The Green Bay Packers will not retire former QB Brett Favre's jersey in the near future. They eventually want to, but Favre and the team worry about the negative reception he may receive at Lambeau Field. Favre may appear at a home game this year in some fashion.

Footballguys view: It will happen soon enough. Favre and the Packers have essentially made up after he moved on in free agency years ago. Nobody will ever wear no4 for the Packers again.

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  Packers | Extending Ted Thompson a priority    Fri Jul 11, 02:14 AM

The Green Bay Packers have said extending the contract of general manager Ted Thompson is one of the team's priorities in the months ahead. Thompson is under contract through the 2016 NFL Draft.

Footballguys view: Ted Thompson is the man. He's one of our favorite general managers in the entire league. Thompson is a football junkie, and the game is part of his DNA. It's wise for the Packers to lock him up as long as possible.

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  Packers | Davante Adams will have chance to play    Thu Jul 10, 05:48 PM

The Green Bay Packers will give WR Davante Adams every opportunity to compete for playing time immediately.

Footballguys view: Adams was hyper-productive in college catching passes from Derek Carr at Fresno State. The Packers are hoping he can flourish as a pro. Adams regularly wins at the point of the catch, and he knows how to use his frame to keep smaller defenders away from the ball. He also sets up defenders well after the catch. While not a burner, Adams has deceptive straight-line speed and can be a downfield threat. He'll compete for playing time behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb in 2014.

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  Packers | Ryan Taylor will be on bubble    Thu Jul 10, 05:39 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Ryan Taylor is expected to be on the roster bubble during training camp even though he is a respectable blocker and one of the team's best special teams player.

Footballguys view: Taylor had limited experience at tight end when the Packers selected him in the seventh round of the 2011 NFL draft. He was originally a linebacker and special teams player for the North Carolina Tar Heels, but Taylor moved to tight end as a senior and had intriguing upside at his new position. Taylor may be out of time to develop with guys like Colt Lyerla pushing for a roster spot.

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  Packers | Looking for Brandon Bostick to be consistent    Thu Jul 10, 05:35 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Brandon Bostick can make an impact on offense but needs to be a more consistent player, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. 'Brandon's got to be a consistent player on offense,' McCarthy said. 'His body type is definitely a challenge for the opponent with some of the things he's able to do, particularly his ability to get down the field in coverage. So I think he definitely took a step last year and I'd like to see him do the same. He's a talented, talented football player.'

Footballguys view: Brandon Bostick is a former basketball player with some upside who is going to have to work to get back into shape as he is recovering from a broken foot. Very raw, his size and athleticism is intriguing if he can hone his game. Right now none of the tight ends in Green Bay are really fantasy relevant but they might be depending on the offense and who wins the job.

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  Packers | Andrew Quarless' injury not serious    Thu Jul 10, 05:34 PM

The injury that caused Green Bay Packers TE Andrew Quarless (undisclosed) to miss the offseason workouts is not considered serious.

Footballguys view: There is a wide open race for starting tight end, and Quarless' athleticism is attractive. So far he hasn't practiced and rookie Richard Rodgers has been taking reps with the ones and that's who Quarless has to beat out right now. Brandon Bostick is also in the mix. None of them look like they will be fantasy starters though.

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  Packers | Want to give GM an extension    Thu Jul 10, 05:05 PM

Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy said the team considers signing general manager Ted Thompson to a contract extension as one of their top priorities. Murphy said Thompson has told the team he has no plans to retire in the foreseeable future.

Footballguys view: It's hard to imagine the Packers without Ted Thompson. "In Ted we Trust" is a mantra that the fans say though he does test their patience at times. It's a shrewd move to lock him down if they can do it.

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  Packers | Derek Sherrod stayed at one position    Thu Jul 10, 04:34 PM

Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod only worked at right tackle during offseason workouts, because the team wanted him to concentrate on one position since he is coming back from a broken leg.

Footballguys view: We'll believe Sherrod is in the lineup when we see it. He had injury issues for two years and then couldn't crack the lineup regularly last season. The Packers won't give up on him because they know they need depth (nobody sees more o-line injuries than the Packers) but he has a long way to go to make anyone feel confident.

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  Packers | DuJuan Harris hopeful of big return    Thu Jul 10, 01:31 AM

Green Bay Packers RB DuJuan Harris (knee) is hopeful to return from an injury-plagued 2013 season. He suffered a ruptured right patellar tendon and missed the entire season. 'DuJuan Harris looks like he's back at full strength,' head coach Mike McCarthy said last month. 'He's competing to play just like all the other guys.'

Footballguys view: Eddie Lacy grabbed the starting job in the backfield, but the Packers always like to have some options. With Jonathan Franklin likely retired there is room on the roster for another back. Harris was rumored to be in the mix for the starting job last year but his injury pooched that. Now he'll vie with James Starks for the backup role. Neither one has value in redraft (barring a Lacy injury) but both are worth a deep stash on your bench on dynasty leagues.

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  Packers | Richard Rodgers gets praise    Wed Jul 9, 04:32 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Richard Rodgers got praise from head coach Mike McCarthy after Rodgers had a very good spring. 'Richard Rodgers ... had a very good spring,' McCarthy said. 'There haven't been too many days where we have not walked off the field and reviewed film and felt very good about the things he is doing.

Footballguys view: Rodgers might have the inside track to start, or at least play a big role for a rookie tight end, but he's unlikely to be more than a bye week/emergency play. Undrafted Colt Lyerla has more talent and upside for the long term and is the better stash for dynasty leagues.

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  Packers | Mike Daniels wants team to be mean    Wed Jul 9, 04:20 PM

Green Bay Packers DT Mike Daniels wants the team to be mean in 2014. 'If something has to be said, I'm going to say it,' Daniels said after a minicamp practice. 'If somebody has a problem with it, we're grown men. We play a violent game. We get paid to be violent. So why not? If you deck somebody in the locker room because you have a disagreement, there's not going to be any sensitivity training.

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  Packers | Jermichael Finley wants to return    Wed Jul 9, 03:12 PM

Free-agent TE Jermichael Finley (neck) said he is feeling as good as he has during the entire process of recovering from spinal fusion surgery. Finley said he very much wants to return to the Green Bay Packers.

Footballguys view: Finley still had a locker in the Packers locker room as of mid-May, and the team doesn't really have a plan A at tight end this year. Still, their conservative medical staff might be hesitant to clear him, so we would bet on Finley landing on another team - that is if he ever plays again. He'll have late round sleeper appeal if he can wind up somewhere like New England or with the Giants.

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  Packers | Morgan Burnett uses criticism as motivation    Tue Jul 8, 06:29 PM

Green Bay Packers FS Morgan Burnett is using criticism from last season's play to 'get better as a player, mentally and physically, and that's what I'm going to do this year.' Safeties coach Darren Perry said Burnett is a 'heck of a football player' and is going to be fine.

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  Packers | Mike Daniels learning from veteran teammate    Tue Jul 8, 06:29 PM

Green Bay Packers DT Mike Daniels said he's learned to 'bring it every day' from teammate LB Julius Peppers, saying the 34-year-old plays faster than some defensive backs and receivers.

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  Packers | Secondary taking shape    Mon Jul 7, 11:17 PM

Green Bay Packers CB Tramon Williams and CB Sam Shields were the starting outside corners, CB Micah Hyde was the starting free safety, and Morgan Burnett was the starting strong safety during OTAs, according to ESPN.com's Rob Demvosky. CB Casey Hayward played in the slot in nickel packages, and S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix played free safety when Hyde moved to corner in certain nickel and dime packages.

Footballguys view: The Packers have a talented secondary and they might have plugged their hole at safety with Clinton-Dix, or even Hyde, who is a young player on the rise. It will be exciting to watch them square off with Jay Cutler and Matthew Stafford twice this year.

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  Packers | Andy Mulumba learning from veteran teammate    Mon Jul 7, 04:46 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Andy Mulumba is learning from new teammate LB Julius Peppers this offseason. Mulumba said he picks up a lot of what Peppers does on film. Specifically, Mulumba said Peppers has helped him learn to utilize his long arms and to better his approach against the offensive line.

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  Packers | Jared Abbrederis improving    Mon Jul 7, 03:46 PM

Green Bay Packers WRs Jared Abbrederis and Jeff Janis are continuing to make strides as the offseason progresses. This progress was especially noticeable during minicamp, according to a source. However, Abbrederis said he's still getting used to knowing the play calls, when to break off routes and getting checks at the line, while Janis admits it will be tougher once training camp comes and things get more physical.

Footballguys view: Both receivers will have long-term upside because their QB is Aaron Rodgers, but for now they are blocked by three established receiver, plus second-round pick Davante Adams. Abbrederis is a great route runner who embarrassed Broncos first-round corner Bradley Roby last year when they squared off, and Janis has gaudy measureables that look like a first-round pick. The Packers may have to carry six wideouts to avoid one of them getting poached by another team. Green Bay's proficiency in acquiring and developing young receivers on their practice squad has caused other teams to raid it more than once in recent years, so trying to slip one through after the preseason may not work.

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  Packers | Want to sign Jordy Nelson    Sun Jul 6, 06:17 PM

The Green Bay Packers want to sign WR Jordy Nelson to a long-term extension.

Footballguys view: Nelson is heading into the final year of his contract, and he's only due $2.55 million. The Packers have over $13 million in salary cap space, so they should be able to get something done before the start of the season. Nelson is a top-10 receiver, and he's in line to make somewhere around $10 million annually.

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  Packers | Jamari Lattimore could push for more time    Sat Jul 5, 12:01 AM

Green Bay Packers LB Jamari Lattimore could push LB Brad Jones for more playing time during training camp. The team has said Jones' starting job is not in jeopardy.

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  Packers | Jerel Worthy not guaranteed a spot    Thu Jul 3, 07:26 PM

Green Bay Packers DE Jerel Worthy will have to compete for a roster spot during training camp, because he is not guaranteed to make the team.

Footballguys view: Worthy has struggled with injuries and underperformed when healthy. He has seemed out of place at end and could benefit from a move back inside but that seems unlikely.

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  Packers | Datone Jones and Mike Daniels will work in nickel packages    Thu Jul 3, 05:02 PM

Green Bay Packers DE Datone Jones and DT Mike Daniels will tandem as the primary inside pass rushers in the nickel package. Jones would like to be a three-down player, but he has not carved out a role in obvious run situations. By his own admission, Jones relied too much on his quickness and athleticism last season rather than using his power. This year, he plans to attack offensive linemen with his strength in an effort improve upon his 3.5-sack rookie season.

Footballguys view: Both players are guys we expect big things from this year and Mike Daniels is a guy who not enough people outside of Green Bay and hard-core NFL fans know about. Jones struggled last year but expectations are high for him. Both players will be central to the Packers defensive efforts this year.

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  Packers | Coach thinks Aaron Rodgers having best spring    Wed Jul 2, 08:52 AM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is having his best spring, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. 'I think Aaron's had probably his best spring, if I'm going to sit back and try to rank them,' McCarthy said. 'I'll probably say the same thing next year, but I think he's in great shape. I think Aaron's in a great place and had a very exceptional spring.'

Footballguys view: Rodgers is phenomenal, so it comes as no surprise that he's been impressive this spring. With a healthy (and improved) group of wide receivers, Rodgers should continue to put up the top-5 numbers that fantasy owners have become used to.

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  Packers | Nick Perry needs to step up    Tue Jul 1, 04:01 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Nick Perry is the player that needs to step up, according to Rob Demovsky, and that starts with staying healthy in 2014.

Footballguys view: Six sacks in two years is not what the Packers had in mind when they selected Perry in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft. He's only played in 17 games over two seasons, so staying healthy is priority number one for Perry.

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  Packers | Coach insists Brad Jones is a starter    Tue Jul 1, 03:13 PM

Green Bay Packers LB Brad Jones is still a starter, according to linebackers coach Winston Moss. There was nothing in offseason practices that suggested his job was in jeopardy.

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  Packers | JC Tretter in lead for C job    Mon Jun 30, 04:33 PM

Green Bay Packers C JC Tretter will enter training camp as the leading candidate for the starting center job. Tretter received all of the snaps with the starting offense during offseason workouts.

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  Packers | Don Barclay may to be top OG backup    Mon Jun 30, 04:29 PM

Green Bay Packers OT Don Barclay could be the top backup at left guard and right guard this upcoming season.

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  Packers | Bryan Bulaga wears brace during practice    Mon Jun 30, 04:18 PM

Green Bay Packers OT Bryan Bulaga (knee) was wearing a brace on his surgically repaired knee during offseason workouts but was working with the first-team offense at right tackle.

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  Packers | Two expected to compete for No. 2 QB job    Mon Jun 30, 04:03 PM

Green Bay Packers QBs Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien are expected to compete for the No. 2 quarterback job during training camp. Head coach Mike McCarthy has mentioned that Tolzien has improved during the offseason. It is not known if the team will keep two or three quarterbacks on the final roster.

Footballguys view: Flynn is the veteran who knows the system well. Tolzien is more athletic, but lacks the accuracy that Flynn has as a passer. We'll see which one wins the primary backup job behind Aaron Rodgers when they compete for the spot in training camp.

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  Packers | Davante Adams having drop issues    Mon Jun 30, 10:49 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams had issues dropping the ball in OTAs and minicamps.

Footballguys view: Adams led the NCAA with 131 receptions in 2013, and has caught 233 passes for over 3,000 yards over the last two years. He was incredibly productive due to Fresno State's spread offense, and largely produced against inferior competition. Adams is competing with fellow rookie Jared Abbrederis to be the Packers WR4 behind Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and Jarrett Boykin.

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  Packers | Johnny Jolly medically cleared    Sun Jun 29, 02:01 PM

Jack Bechta, the agent for free-agent DE Johnny Jolly (Packers), said his client has been medically cleared by doctors following C-5/C-6 spinal fusion surgery. Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has not ruled out the possibility of bringing him back.

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  Packers | Ryan Pickett wants to return    Sun Jun 29, 01:56 PM

Free-agent DE Ryan Pickett (Packers) said during a recent Sirius XM radio interview that he intends to play a 14th NFL season, preferably with the Green Bay Packers. Head coach Mike McCarthy hasn't shut the door on bringing back Pickett.

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  Packers | Davon House wants to improve on catching the ball    Fri Jun 27, 01:57 PM

Green Bay Packers CB Davon House wants to improve on catching the ball when passes come his way. 'Besides that (Detroit) game, to me I think I did great,' said House of last season. 'One area of improvement I needed to improve on was catching those interceptions. If I catch those interceptions ... the cameras would've been all around me (during camp). So I've been big time focusing on catching the balls.'

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  Packers | Brandon Bostick not ready to concede starting job    Thu Jun 26, 11:35 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Brandon Bostick (foot) still believes he can start for the team this season despite gaining 10 pounds as he has recovers from a broken foot. 'I have to get my weight under control, come back and my goal is to be the starter,' Bostick said. 'I won't settle for anything less. I'm going to compete and do everything I can to be the starter.'

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  Packers | Brandon Bostick overweight    Thu Jun 26, 09:27 AM

Green Bay Packers TE Brandon Bostick (foot) reported in at 270 pounds and said he wasn't able to run until four weeks ago. He hopes to drop 10 pounds before training camp.

Footballguys view: A lot of this is being blamed on his foot injury, which prevented him from doing proper conditioning. Bostick has to catch up quick as he is in the battle for the starting tight end job. A big (well right now, too big), athletic tight end who has improved his blocking, he could contribute often on passing downs.

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  Packers | DuJuan Harris could complement other RBs    Wed Jun 25, 07:39 PM

Green Bay Packers RB DuJuan Harris' size and explosiveness could complement the bruising styles of RBs Eddie Lacy and James Starks well if he is fully healthy this upcoming season.

Footballguys view: Harris was actually slated to come into the season as sort of an RBBC member with Lacy, so the fact that he's healthy will add a nice change of pace to the backfield. He's worth monitoring (or adding) in super deep dynasty leagues.

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  Packers | DuJuan Harris full participant this offseason    Wed Jun 25, 07:38 PM

Green Bay Packers RB DuJuan Harris (knee) was able to fully participate in all of the offseason workouts after missing the entire 2013 season because of a knee injury.

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