Summers had 10 tackles (nine solo) in Thursday's preseason loss to the Ravens.
Summers accumulated 10 tackles for the second time in three preseason games, so he's faring well in the output department. The Packers are pretty banged up at the inside linebacker position, so Summers -- an undrafted free agent -- is in decent position to earn a roster spot.
Summers had 10 tackles (nine solo) in Thursday's preseason opener.
Summers missed some time in OTAs with a hamstring injury, but he has not been slowed during training camp, and was able to get on the field for the Packers' first exhibition game. He had one of the best nights of any Packer, easily leading the team in tackles and also snaps, according to Matt Schneidman of The Athletic. Summers still has some work to do to lock up a spot on the roster coming out of training camp, but his chances to make the cut are looking good after his first shot to show what he can do in live action.
Summers didn't participate in Wednesday's OTA practice due to a hamstring injury, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
A seventh-round pick in April, Summers is competing for a reserve role in the Packers' linebacking corps. He'll need to shake off the injury by the time training camp rolls around to ensure he wins a spot on the Week 1 roster.
The Packers selected Summers in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 226th overall.
Well, it took until the Packers' last draft pick, but they finally added a middle linebacker in the form of Summers. The TCU product struggled in pass coverage, primarily providing value as a pass-rushing inside linebacker and two-down thumper, so it's safe to say 2018 third-round pick Oren Burks should be considered the frontrunner to start opposite Blake Martinez despite failing to impress in limited work during his rookie campaign.
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