|Offense||28th||100.3 (17th)||193.3 (29th)|
|Defense||14th||42.7 (1st)||307.3 (28th)|
|17||Adams, Davante||WR||6-1||215||12/24/1992||3||Fresno State|
|32||Banjo, Chris||CB||5-10||207||2/26/1990||3||Southern Methodist|
|67||Barclay, Don||T||6-4||305||4/18/1989||5||West Virginia|
|29||Brice, Kentrell||DB||5-11||200||8/11/1994||R||Louisiana Tech|
|42||Burnett, Morgan||SS||6-1||209||1/13/1989||7||Georgia Tech|
|6||Callahan, Joe||QB||6-1||216||6/4/1993||R||Wesley College|
|21||Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha||FS||6-1||208||12/21/1992||3||Alabama|
|89||Cook, Jared||TE||6-5||254||4/7/1987||8||South Carolina|
|25||Evans, Marwin||DB||5-11||211||4/10/1993||R||Utah State|
|51||Fackrell, Kyler||OLB||6-5||245||11/25/1991||R||Utah State|
|98||Guion, Letroy||DE||6-4||322||6/21/1987||9||Florida State|
|36||Gunter, LaDarius||CB||6-2||201||5/13/1992||2||Miami (Fla.)|
|28||Hawkins, Josh||CB||5-10||189||1/23/1993||R||East Carolina|
|83||Janis, Jeff||WR||6-3||219||6/24/1991||3||Saginaw Valley State|
|70||Lang, T.J.||G||6-4||318||9/20/1987||8||Eastern Michigan|
|63||Linsley, Corey||C||6-3||301||7/27/1991||3||Ohio State|
|87||Nelson, Jordy||WR||6-3||217||5/31/1985||9||Kansas State|
|56||Peppers, Julius||OLB||6-7||287||1/18/1980||15||North Carolina|
|96||Price, Brian||DT||6-3||318||6/24/1994||R||Texas-San Antonio|
|23||Randall, Damarious||CB||5-11||196||8/29/1992||2||Arizona State|
|24||Rollins, Quinten||CB||5-11||195||7/15/1992||2||Miami (Ohio)|
|37||Shields, Sam||CB||5-11||184||12/8/1987||7||Miami (Fla.)|
|65||Taylor, Lane||G||6-3||324||11/22/1989||4||Oklahoma State|
|48||Thomas, Joe||LB||6-1||227||5/6/1991||2||South Carolina State|
|38||Crockett, John (IR)||RB||6-0||217||2/16/1992||1||North Dakota State|
|20||Dorleant, Makinton (IR)||DB||5-11||182||10/6/1992||R||Northern Iowa|
|90||Kuder, Tyler (IR)||DT||6-3||307||6/3/1992||R||Idaho State|
|54||Bradford, Carl||OLB||6-1||248||8/15/1992||2||Arizona State|
|16||Waters, Herb||WR||6-0||188||11/10/1992||R||Miami (Fla.)|
|64||Pennel, Mike||DE||6-4||332||5/9/1991||3||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Randall took some lumps from Oakland's Amari Cooper on Sunday, but he was productive in the fantasy department thanks to the pick-six -- the first of his career. Randall is up to 51 tackles (46 solo) and three interceptions 13 games into his rookie season.
Adams made a quick impact Sunday afternoon, reaching the end zone for the second time this season less than four minutes into the game. However, his production and opportunities were minimal after that, as he was targeted just once more and was on the field for only 25 plays in all, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. That meant Adams was on the field just 46 percent of the time Sunday after playing over 83 percent of the snaps coming in. In somewhat of a surprise, rookie receiver Trevor Davis picked up most of the extra snaps, though he did total just 12 plays himself. Adams' 16 targets and two scores through three weeks are passable, but it's not yet clear if he is a true red zone threat and he has also tallied just 99 yards. If his playing time remains reduced coming out of the Packers' Week 4 bye, it could be difficult for him to produce viable fantasy numbers when not reaching paydirt.
Starks' opportunities were minimal Sunday with fellow running back Eddie Lacy running the ball effectively (6.1 YPC on 17 attempts). Lacy has averaged 5.0 yards per carry on his 43 attempts this season while Starks has averaged just 0.8 yards on his 12 carries, so look for Lacy to continue seeing the bulk of the work in the Packers' backfield coming out of the team's Week 4 bye.
Bulaga has been a limited participant in practice all week -- a good sign considering he hasn't been able to take the field since Week 1 after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus. That being said, no official word has been announced regarding his status for Week 5, likely making him a game-time decision against the Rams.
Jones was downgraded from questionable to doubtful during the week after missing all three of the Packers' practices, so it wasn't expected that he'd be available for Week 3. With Jones and Clay Matthews both sitting out, the Packers will rely heavily on Julius Peppers and Nick Perry to provide some pass rush on Lions quarterback Matt Stafford.
Waters spent all of training camp with the Packers after signing as an undrafted free agent, but he faced long odds to make the cut given the team's depth at his position, and ended up on the outside looking in. He is a candidate for the practice squad, however.
Clark sat out the Packers' final two preseason games, but he believes his back injury will not prevent him from being available for Week 1. Clark missed out on some key reps the last couple weeks, but the Packers will likely count on their first-round pick to be part of the defensive line rotation.
Martinez saw his snap count drop as he only played in 44 percent of defensive plays on Sunday. While he played in fewer snaps, he recorded his career-high in tackles. He'll now get some extra rest as the Packers head into their bye week with Week 5's tilt with the Giants looming.
Previously considered questionable to play, Guion participated in the Packers' practice on Saturday, but the coaching staff must not have been encouraged by the health of his knee. However, he wasn't expected to be ready anyway after sustaining a sprained MCL in Week 2.
Shields had already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Lions, but the team is now expecting him to miss multiple games due to the concussion. Given the uncertainties with head injuries, it's unclear when Shields will be allowed to practice.
Abbrederis' opportunities to contribute Sunday were almost nil, as he was on the field for just six of the Packers' 71 offensive plays. That paced him fourth among Packers receivers, but a distant fourth, as No. 3 receiver Davante Adams saw more targets -- seven -- than Abbrederis did snaps.
Davis' name does not show up in the box score out of the punt return category, but he finished fourth among Packers receivers in snaps Sunday and likely would have marked down a 68-yard touchdown for his first career reception had he not been interfered with on the second-quarter play. Davis is still looking for his first catch and is not officially the No. 4 receiver on the depth chart, but the Packers drafted him for his speed, and it looks like they will continue trying to take advantage of it both on offense and special teams. Davis worked as the team's punt returner Sunday and mustered just one yard on his lone official return, but he did have a lengthy run-back wiped out by a penalty.
Allison averaged an impressive 19.8 yards per catch on six receptions this preseason, but there was not room for him on the roster given the Packers' depth at the receive position. Allison was not claimed off waivers, to the Packers figure to look at adding him to the practice squad.
Cobb's quiet performance came on Aaron Rodgers' strongest showing of the season thus far. The veteran wideout's only damage came on a 33-yard pass as a result of a broken play, while Jordy Nelson recorded six catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns. That being said, Cobb is still arguably Rodgers' favorite check-down receiver, and as Nelson starts stretching the field vertically with long routes, space should open up for Cobb to work shorter routes closer to the line of scrimmage. He still carries great value, especially in PPR leagues, and will look to get back on track Week 5 against the Giants after a bye in Week 4.
Montgomery made his presence felt on special teams Sunday night, but he was left on the bench on offense while five other receivers saw action in front of him. The zero snaps were not too far behind the six snaps No. 4 receiver Jared Abbrederis played nor the five plays tallied by No. 5 wideout Trevor Davis, but Montgomery would have to surpass both players on the depth chart -- and also likely No. 3 receiver Davanted Adams -- to even have a chance at making a fantasy impact.
High ankle sprains often lead to multi-week absences, but it depends on the severity of the particular ailment. Cook is reportedly dealing with quite a bit of swelling, and he left Sunday's game on crutches while wearing a boot. It thus seems he's in serious danger of missing games, though he does have some additional time to recover as the Packers enter a Week 4 bye. Richard Rodgers will take on an expanded role if Cook isn't ready for Week 5 against the Giants.
Seeing Nelson and quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the same page was a sight to behold. All of the receiver's damage was done in just two first-half drives. Nelson rambled 49 yards on a catch-and-run on the Packers' second drive and capped it off with an eight-yard touchdown. Three drives later, he caught a beautiful teardrop pass down the right sideline for a 17-yard score. Nelson appears to have his ACL injury from a year ago completely behind him, and could be in store for big numbers in the ensuing Packers' homestand. Green Bay will have a bye in Week 4 before having the Giants to town Oct. 9.
With Brett Hundley seemingly entrenched in the backup quarterback role, Callahan figured to be a long shot for making the final roster. However, injuries to Hundley in the preseason gave the 23-year-old rookie an opportunity to impress. He went 53-for-88 and recorded three touchdowns and zero interceptions during the preseason. It is unclear if the Packers intend on going three quarterbacks deep or if they'll let Hundley go. Either move would be considered surprising, the former due to the stability at quarterback with Aaron Rodgers' presence, and the latter due to the hold Hundley appeared to have on the role heading into camp.
Perillo followed up DNPs on Wednesday and Thursday with a limited showing Friday, clearing the way for active status in Week 1. Working behind Jared Cook and Richard Rodgers, Perillo likely won't earn more than a handful of snaps in the opener.
Before getting too excited about the veteran's performance, he's no longer a full-time player, though he obviously has the ability to get to the quarterback. Despite the limited snaps, he'll play in high-leverage situations, making him a candidate for decent sack totals, but almost non-existent as a tackler.
Matthews continues to deal with both ankle and hamstring injuries, and he won't be available for the Packers on Sunday after failing to practice throughout the week. Veteran pass-rusher Julius Peppers figures to see additional time with Matthews sidelined.
The move leaves Brandon Burks and Brandon Ross as the team's depth RB options behind Eddie Lacy and James Starks, though it's possible the team will add backfield help in the coming days, in the wake of Crockett's placement on IR.
Burnett's absence is no surprise after not being able to practice throughout the week due to the groin injury he suffered during the Packers' Week 2 loss to the Vikings. Micah Hyde is next in line to receive extra work at safety with Burnett out.
Ripkowski played a season-high 11 snaps Sunday before being forced from the contest. He did not provide any specific details regarding his status, but he noted he felt "good" after the game and would undergo tests Monday. Regardless of his diagnosis, Ripkowski will have a couple weeks to rest and recover with the Packers on bye in Week 4.
Clinton-Dix was on the field for all 68 defensive plays of Sunday's win. He will now get to rest his legs for a week as the Packers head into their bye week. Look for a well-rested Clinton-Dix to once again be all over the field for Week 5's matchup with the Giants.
According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com Hyde played all but one snap Sunday with Morgan Burnett (groin) sidelined, and he helped fill the void by leading the Packers in tackles as Burnett often does. Hyde now sits with 14 tackles (11 solo) through three weeks.
Crosby bounced back from a two-point Week 2 performance with his first double-digit point total of 2016. He is perfect on the season, hitting all four of his field goal attempts and all nine of his extra-point opportunities.
Rodgers finished with his lowest yardage total of the young season Sunday, but he was able to reach the end zone for the first time during the current campaign. He worked behind fellow tight end Jared Cook -- Cook played 79 snaps to Rodgers' 61 -- over the first two weeks, but Rodgers was on the field for 80 percent of the plays Sunday, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, in part because Cook left the game with a foot injury. Cook will be afforded time to rest and recover with the Packers on bye in Week 4, but Rodgers would be in line to again garner more snaps if Cook misses time beyond that.
An undrafted free agent in 2014, Pennel served behind B.J. Raji and Letroy Guion last season, notching one sack among 25 tackles. The Packers have already inked Guion to a three-year deal, and Raji may leave in free agency, leaving more snaps available to Pennel once he fulfills the suspension. However, the preceding is assuming Pennel even lands a spot on the eventual 53-man roster.
Lacy had a remarkable day, eclipsing 100 yards for the first time since Dec. 13 of last season. Lacy carried six times for 42 yards in the first half, carried the load in the second half, recording 11 carries for 61 yards, as the Packers tried to stave off a furious comeback by Matthew Stafford and the Lions. Lacy's 6.1 yards-per-carry was his best mark this season, and the Packers will need him to continue running the ball well if they want things to open up for Aaron Rodgers and the passing game. The Packers will have a bye in Week 4 before the Giants come to town in Week 5.
The second-year linebacker had his best game of the season and was on the field for 82 percent of the Packers defensive plays. Ryan has solidified his spot as the starting inside linebacker next to rookie Blake Martinez. He now gets time to rest up as the Packers head into their bye week before Week 5's tilt with the Giants.
Bradford got a shot to make the team at the middle linebacker position, but the Packers opted to go in a different direction. Bradford still has practice squad eligibility, so the Packers could attempt to bring him back if he clears waivers.
Hundley's ankle injury cost him what would have been quite a few important preseason reps, but it will not prevent him from being available for Week 1. He is set to open the season as the backup quarterback behind starter Aaron Rodgers.
Earlier reports said the Packers tendered Barclay at the lowest level of $1.542 million. He missed the entire 2014 season with a torn ACL after starting 14 games for the team in 2013.
Thomas is dealing with a lingering back injury that flared up last weekend. However, after missing the Browns' preseason tilt on Thursday, he was able to take part in team drills during Sunday's practice, though the team was not sporting full pads. Thomas could be held out of fully-padded practices for the foreseeable future, but he should be near full-health entering the regular season and set to bookend the left side of the Browns' offensive line come Week 1.
Rodgers and the Packers got exactly the start they needed Sunday, scoring touchdowns on four of their first five drives. All of them were passing touchdowns, and the offense seemed to be in the groove that has come to be expected from a Rodgers-led offense. The star quarterback hooked up with Jordy Nelson twice in the first half and the two looked to be very much on the same page. The second half was a different story, as Rodgers attempted only six passes after halftime, completing three of them for 31 yards. Still, it was an encouraging performance from the quarterback after a poor Week 2 effort in Minnesota. The Packers will have a bye in Week 4 before hosting the Giants at Lambeau on Oct. 9.
Sidelined since the third preseason game with a hamstring issue, Elliott will remain a regular DNP until practice is a part of his regimen. When healthy, though, he'll merely serve as a depth pass rusher.
Goodson will be free to participate in all of the Packers' offseason and preseason preparations, but will be forced to miss the first quarter of the upcoming regular season. A depth cornerback that saw more playing time toward the end of last season, Goodson's absence will open the door for teammates to fill his role on defense and special teams.
Cajuste was buried on San Francisco's depth chart, but will likely be a candidate to join the practice squad once he clears waivers.
Tampa Bay decided to go with first-year punter Jacob Schum over the veteran Koenen. The rest of the Bucs' cuts include guard Josh Allen, WR Robert Herron and corner Leonard Johnson. Defensive tackle Akeem Spence was placed on the PUP list.
Wide receiver Jarrett Boykin (groin) has been ruled out while linebacker Sam Barrington (hamstring) is questionable and tackle David Bakhtiari (back) and defensive tackle Josh Boyd (knee) are probable.
The only exception is defensive tackle Datone Jones (ankle), who is questionable.
Fackrell is a big and versatile linebacker, standing at 6-foot-5, 245 pounds and with the ability to play either on the edge or off the ball. He's not the most disruptively explosive linebacker, but Fackrell is a smooth athlete who should be able to provide Green Bay with snaps at both inside and outside linebacker.
Lowry is a huge figure and an intriguing 3-4 end prospect for the Packers, standing at 6-foot-6, 296 pounds with standout athleticism for such a big lineman. His athleticism is only average when compared to defensive ends, but when compared to the more similar position of defensive tackle, Lowry grades as an elite athlete.
Perry has battled injuries and bouts of ineffectiveness since he was selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. However, he came to life in the Packers' pair of postseason tilts this past season, totaling 3.5 sacks among eight tackles and a forced fumble. If he's able to channel such production over an entire campaign, he could parlay this one-year deal into a big payday. More likely, though, his final defensive snap count will linger around the 33.4 percent he received in 2015.
Like outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott, Banjo has been out of commission since the third preseason game due to a hamstring injury. Once he receives clearance for game action, he'll return to a regular role on special teams.
Janis again sported a cast Sunday with his broken hand not quite at 100 percent, but the Packers still threw him out as a receiver on three occasions for the first time this season. He may be able to shed the cast following the Packers' Week 4 bye, but given the depth of the team's receiving corps, it remains to be seen if his role will increase at all.
In the meantime, rookie Corey Linsley will start at center, starting Thursday at Seattle.
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