5 things learned at Packers Family Night – Aug. 5
GREEN BAY – The Packers conducted their annual Family Night practice Friday in front of 50,112 fans at Lambeau Field.
Here are five things we learned.
1. The No. 1 defense wasn't making anything easy, and rookie LB Quay Walker was showing up a lot in that regard.
The Packers' starting offense made its share of plays in 11-on-11, but it was difficult to find much rhythm because the defense wasn't giving up much downfield or in the run game.
Inside linebacker and first-round draft pick Quay Walker helped set a tone early by meeting Aaron Jones at the line of scrimmage on an outside running play. Then Walker nearly intercepted a pass at the goal line, but Aaron Rodgers threaded a needle to tight end Marcedes Lewis with Walker …
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