Green Bay Packers

Stadium: Lambeau Field | Coach: Mike McCarthy
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense26th107.8 (16th)197.9 (24th)
Defense21st112.1 (16th)236.8 (23rd)


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Packers' Randall Cobb: Plans to practice soon
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cobb (foot) plans to be involved during training camp and isn't sure if he'll have any restrictions, Chris Barriere of NBC 26 Green Bay reports.

Spotted in a walking boot after June minicamp, Cobb hasn't elaborated on the nature of his injury. He wasn't wearing the boot at his annual football camp Wednesday, and he said he'll talk to the Packers' medical staff to formulate a plan for training camp. There doesn't seem to be much concern regarding Cobb's availability for Week 1, but it won't come as any surprise if he's eased into practice over the next few weeks. The veteran slot receiver will turn 28 years old in August and is looking to rebound from back-to-back seasons with less than 700 receiving yards.

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Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Hopes to play into 40s
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rodgers said he hopes to still be playing football when he's 40 years old, Peter King of NBC Sports reports. "I just think that [playing at 40] means a lot," Rodgers said. "Obviously, Tom [Brady] is kind of rewriting the book. Brett [Favre] had a good season when he turned 40. My goal is be able to move like I do or close to how I do and still be able to do that at 40."

Rodgers points to the fact he's done a good job avoiding injuries, with the exception of breaking his collarbone in 2013 and 2017 and two documented concussions earlier in his career. He has otherwise played 15 or 16 games each season since taking over as the starter, accounting for at least 32 touchdowns in every full campaign. The 34-year-old acknowledges that he has been thinking about his contract as he prepares for the fourth season of a five-year, $110 million contract extension. The deal put him first in the league for average annual value when he signed it in 2013, but it now looks like a massive bargain for the Packers, with nine quarterbacks above Rodgers in AAV, per It won't come as any surprise if he gets a new deal before the end of the year, though he doesn't seem to have the best relationship with new general manager Brian Gutekunst, who released Jordy Nelson and opted not to re-sign quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt -- a pair of decisions that Rodgers wishes he had been consulted on. Regardless, the superstar signal-caller has made it clear he wants to finish his career in Green Bay.

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Packers' Ethan Cooper: Claimed by Green Bay
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Packers claimed Cooper off waivers Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

Cooper is a developmental project who's spent time with both the Giants and Steelers since going undrafted out of Indiana (Pa.) in 2017. He's a low-risk investment for the Packers, who seem to have a glaring hole at right guard.

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Packers' J'Mon Moore: Facing wealth of competition
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Moore is part of a deep group competing for roles, Mike Spofford of the team's official website reports.

The Packers drafted Moore in the fourth round to provide competition for Geronimo Allison (ankle) in the No. 3 receiver role, but they also added fellow wideouts Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown later in April's draft. With Trevor Davis (hamstring) and Michael Clark (ankle) potentially also in the mix, Green Bay will enter training camp with up to five viable candidates for one role. Moore ran a disappointing 4.6 40-yard dash at the combine, but he otherwise has a strong prospect profile, highlighted by back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in the SEC and top-five marks among wideouts at the 2018 combine for bench press (21 reps), vertical jump (38 inches), three-cone drill (6.56 seconds) and short shuttle (4.04 seconds).

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Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Stuck in deep group
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

St. Brown will be part of a deep competition at wide receiver behind Davante Adams and Randall Cobb (foot), Mike Spofford of the team's official website reports.

The third of three wideouts selected by the Packers in April's draft, St. Brown could make a run at the No. 3 wideout role, competing with fellow rookies J'Mon Moore and Marquez Valdes-Scantling as well as holdovers Geronimo Allison (ankle), Trevor Davis (hamstring) and Michael Clark (ankle). Once viewed as a potential Day 2 draft pick, St. Brown slipped to the sixth round after catching only 33 passes for a QB-deficient Notre Dame team last season. He did run a 4.48 40 at the combine while checking in at 6-foot-5, 214 pounds, but he probably doesn't have the necessary agility or acceleration to consistently get open in the NFL. While he might enter the mix for the No. 3 role, there's also a decent chance St. Brown doesn't even crack the 53-man roster.

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