|Offense||26th||107.8 (16th)||197.9 (24th)|
|Defense||21st||112.1 (16th)||236.8 (23rd)|
|17||Adams, Davante||WR||6-1||215||12/24/1992||5||Fresno State|
|79||Amichia, Kofi||G||6-3||304||7/29/1994||1||South Florida|
|74||Bell, Byron||T||6-5||320||1/17/1989||8||New Mexico|
|34||Bouagnon, Joel||RB||6-2||230||3/28/1995||1||Northern Illinois|
|8||Boyle, Tim||QB||6-4||232||10/3/1994||R||Eastern Kentucky|
|43||Bradley, Hunter||LS||6-3||241||5/21/1994||R||Mississippi State|
|29||Brice, Kentrell||DB||5-11||200||8/11/1994||3||Louisiana Tech|
|44||Brown, Donatello||CB||6-0||190||5/15/1991||2||Valdosta State|
|21||Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha||DB||6-1||208||12/21/1992||5||Alabama|
|54||Day, Dillon||C||6-4||296||10/17/1991||1||Mississippi State|
|91||Donnerson, Kendall||LB||6-3||249||4/22/1996||R||Southeast Missouri State|
|25||Evans, Marwin||SAF||5-11||211||4/10/1993||3||Utah State|
|51||Fackrell, Kyler||LB||6-5||245||11/25/1991||3||Utah State|
|80||Graham, Jimmy||TE||6-7||265||11/24/1986||9||Miami (FL)|
|36||Greene, Raven||DB||5-11||197||2/2/1995||R||James Madison|
|28||Hawkins, Josh||CB||5-10||189||1/23/1993||3||East Carolina|
|31||House, Davon||DB||6-0||195||7/10/1989||8||New Mexico State|
|27||Jones, Josh||SAF||6-2||220||9/20/1994||2||North Carolina State|
|36||Judd, Akeem||RB||5-11||225||12/11/1992||2||Ole Miss|
|9||Kizer, DeShone||QB||6-4||235||1/3/1996||2||Notre Dame|
|1||Lewis, Kyle||WR||5-11||203||4/22/1995||R||Cal Poly-S.L.O.|
|63||Linsley, Corey||C||6-3||301||7/27/1991||5||Ohio State|
|58||Martini, Greer||LB||6-3||232||6/6/1995||R||Notre Dame|
|32||Mays, Devante||RB||5-10||230||5/26/1994||2||Utah State|
|98||Odom, Chris||LB||6-4||262||9/16/1994||2||Arkansas State|
|77||Pankey, Adam||G||6-5||313||2/2/1994||2||West Virginia|
|41||Pipkins, Lenzy||CB||6-0||196||11/7/1993||2||Oklahoma State|
|59||Porter, Marcus||LB||6-0||229||8/30/1996||R||Fairmont State|
|49||Rader, Kevin||TE||6-4||250||4/26/1995||R||Youngstown State|
|24||Rollins, Quinten||CB||5-11||195||7/15/1992||4||Miami (OH)|
|48||Smith, Ryan||TE||6-4||257||1/13/1996||R||Miami (OH)|
|19||St. Brown, Equanimeous||WR||6-5||214||9/30/1996||R||Notre Dame|
|65||Taylor, Lane||G||6-3||324||11/22/1989||6||Oklahoma State|
|85||Tonyan, Robert||WR||6-5||237||4/30/1994||1||Indiana State|
|83||Valdes-Scantling, Marquez||WR||6-4||206||10/10/1994||R||South Florida|
|26||Waters, Herb||CB||6-0||188||11/10/1992||2||Miami (FL)|
|38||Williams, Tramon||DB||5-11||191||3/16/1983||12||Louisiana Tech|
|54||Johnson, C.J. (IR)||LB||6-2||226||1/18/1994||R||East Texas Baptist|
|47||Ryan, Jake (IR)||LB||6-2||240||2/27/1992||4||Michigan|
Light will be competing for a roster spot at left guard throughout training camp, so he'll hope to return to full health in a timely fashion. In the meantime, expect Taylor Lane to get most of the first-team reps at the position.
Adams did all of his damage on the opening drive with Brett Hundley under center, as star quarterback Aaron Rodgers got the night off. Green Bay's top receiver started his night with a nine-yard reception, then added a 48-yard bomb down the sideline to get to the three-yard line.
Lewis played for the Jaguars over the last 12 seasons, consistently showing value as block-first tight end. With Jimmy Graham and Lance Kendricks on the roster as well, Lewis likely doesn't have a high ceiling as far as fantasy value goes. He did catch five touchdowns with Jacksonville in 2017 however, and he may get a few red zone targets if he's able to stick around in Green Bay.
Bulaga will reportedly be taking in part in Friday's practice on a limited basis, and the Packers will likely be taking it easy on the nine-year vet all preseason. Bulaga is expected to man the starting right tackle role for Green Bay.
Waters originally hurt his shoulder in minicamp but aggravated the injury in the opening days of training camp. The exact details of the ailment remain clouded, however.
Clark returned to action after sitting out the previous week with an ankle injury, and he notched his first two sacks of the season while also forcing a fumble that was returned for a touchdown. Clark doesn't make much noise in fantasy circles, but he plays a key role as the nose tackle in the Packers' 3-4 scheme.
Martinez took a huge leap in his second year, becoming the Packers' top middle linebacker and increasing his tackle total by 75. He had just one sack and one interception, but he provided a big boost for fantasy owners in leagues where tackles by individual defensive players were key. Following his big season Martinez will remain the Packers' top middle linebacker heading into 2018, and with him turning just 24 in January, he will be a good bet to pile up numbers in the tackle department once again.
Davis has dealt with a hamstring injury for a few months now, and the setback is preventing him from taking part in game action. That's an unfortunate development for Davis, who is facing strong competition for his roster spot from several young receivers.
Spriggs was reportedly struggling to recover from a dislocated kneecap suffered last season, favoring his good left knee enough to warrant being shut down by the coaching staff. His return to practice suggests that the knee has made significant progress since then, and he will get a long look at a temporary starting spot with Bryan Bulaga (knee) expected to miss an extended portion of training camp. Bulaga could still be ready for Week 1, which would likely push Spriggs into a backup role once again.
Taylor sustained an ankle injury in Week 6 last year, undergoing offseason surgery to address the issue. The veteran guard's recovery is great news for a Packers O-line that struggled to stay healthy last season, as well as for quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who's coming off a season-ending injury. Taylor should reclaim the starting job at guard to begin the 2018 season.
Allison's numbers don't jump off the page by any means, but it's important to note that he was in the starting lineup when the game began. He is on track to open the season as the third option at the wide receiver position for the Packers behind Davante Adams and Randall Cobb (ankle).
Pankey takes the roster spot of defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois, who was waived Wednesday in a corresponding move. Pankey turned in a strong preseason and will provide the Packers with depth at both guard and tackle.
Kizer's completion percentage certainly wasn't great, but he looked plenty comfortable in his new surroundings and made a number of plays with both with his arm and legs. Kizer, who was acquired from the Browns during the offseason, is competing for the backup spot behind Aaron Rodgers with Brett Hundley, who also played well Thursday. Hundley has the slight edge at the moment given his tenure in Green Bay, but the Packers clearly like Kizer. Therefore, even if he does lose out to Hundley, he is a good bet for a roster spot, barring another trade.
Daniels originally returned to limited participation in practice during Sunday's training camp session, and he'll test out the injured quad again Monday as the Packers won't rush their starting defensive lineman back into full action. It wouldn't be surprising to see the team keep Daniels sidelined for Thursday's preseason tilt against the Steelers.
The activity marks Cobb's first in nearly a week due to recurring issues with the right ankle that required surgery after the offseason program. There's no telling how much work he'll fit in Sunday, but he's seemingly on track to make an appearance in the Packers' second preseason game Thursday versus the Steelers.
McCray became a major asset once the Packers began their injury parade down the stretch last year. With his strong play, he earned himself a tender that will keep him in Green Bay this upcoming season. If the Packers aren't able retain Jahri Evans, McCray would presumably be a starting right guard for the season opener.
Jamaal Williams got five first-half carries to Montgomery's three, perhaps foreshadowing the workload distribution between the two on the ground. Montgomery's a much better receiver than Williams despite his stat line in this one, and that ability should stand out more once quarterback Aaron Rodgers is under center for the games that count. Aaron Jones (hamstring) could further cut into Montgomery's workload on the ground, but Jones shouldn't be much of a threat to Montgomery's passing-down role and is suspended for two games to start the year.
Biegel missed a good chunk of time after undergoing foot surgery in May, but he was still able to suit up for more than half of the games in his rookie season. The Packers will be hoping he can provide a boost to the team's pass rush in 2018.
Former Packers teammate James Jones, now an employee of NFL Network, broke the news of a Williams-Green Bay reunion. Williams joined the Packers in November of 2006 but didn't become a regular in the cornerback rotation until 2008 and full-time starter until 2010, the latter of which coincided with a victory in Super Bowl XLV. Since leaving the Packers as a free agent in 2015, he spent two years with the Browns before working opposite Cardinals All-Pro corner Patrick Peterson last year. Williams experienced a resurgence of sorts in Arizona, holding opposing signal callers to a 58.4 QB rating on throws in coverage, according to Pro Football Focus. Due to his age (35), Father Time could catch up with him sooner than later. However, Williams likely is the best bet to line up with 2017 second-round pick Kevin King in Green Bay's base defense this fall, as the roster currently is constructed.
In his return to Green Bay last season, House tended to a quad injury early and a shoulder concern late, resulting in four DNPs. When healthy, though, he accrued 31 tackles, one interception and one sack during a six-game stretch midseason. After the offseason addition of Tramon Williams, the Packers likely will roll with a starting CB duo of Williams and 2017 second-round pick Kevin King. No matter, House should be the first player called upon in the event of an injury or when a third cornerback is needed.
The decision to tender Brown, an exclusive rights free agent, means that he'll be back in Green Bay next season. No matter, with no NFL snaps on his resume, he may have a tough hill to climb if he hopes to crack into the defensive rotation.
Evans barely saw any playing time on defense despite all the injury woes the Packers' secondary endured. Instead, he logged the majority of his snaps on special teams, where he was a mainstay from Week 3 on. With Micah Hyde (shoulder) headed to the open market, Evans figures to have a slight chance of carving out a reserve safety role this summer.
St. Brown did most of his damage on a nifty catch and pivot, which resulted in a 28-yard gain. He has some work to do in order to come away with a spot on the Packers' Week 1 roster, but he certainly did not harm his chances Thursday.
Byrd was unable to practice last Thursday, but his quick return to the field Monday suggests his hamstring is fine. The second-year tight end will now jump right back into the competition for the No. 3 tight end job in Green Bay with veteran Lance Kendricks. While Kendricks clearly has the leg up in this battle, the Packers could save $1.625 million by releasing him, according to OverTheCap.com. Meanwhile, cutting Byrd would only save $480,000.
Bouagnon was the most active of the Packers running backs Thursday, leading the team in carries and yardage. He has an outside shot to make the Packers' Week 1 roster with Aaron Jones set to serve a two-game suspension, but a lot of things would have to happen for him to see work in a regular-season contest this year.
King sat out the Packers' first preseason contest, so a return to practice, even in a limited fashion, is good news for the second-year cornerback's outlook going forward. Green Bay's next game is against the Steelers on Thursday.
Yancey got the start Thursday with Randall Cobb (ankle) out, but he had a quiet night while nearly all the players he is competing with for roster spots made an impact. Yancey will still have a few opportunities in the coming weeks to make some noise himself.
The injury looks to be a recurring issue for Kerridge this preseason, as he also missed practice last week due to a shoulder injury. He was back in full pads Saturday, but it looks like the fullback re-aggravated it at some point during the last couple of days.
This is good news for the Packers, as a concussion could have left Jones in protocol for an indefinite amount of time. However, Jones did suffer a head injury of unknown severity, so the team will likely refrain from rushing him back onto the field.
On Saturday, Matthews took a line drive to the face while pitching in a charity softball game. He'll need to undergo surgery in the near future to fix his nose, but the important thing is that he didn't suffer any trauma to his brain. Prior to the incident, Hodkiewicz reported Matthews was back at OTAs last Friday after the linebacker missed a portion of team practices in late May.
Ripkowski accumulated 196 yards and three touchdowns on 43 touches the season before, so it seemed he would be more involved in the offense in 2017 than he actually was. However, the Packers got better usage out of their running backs than they did the year before, so Ripkowski was limited almost exclusively to blocking duty and special teams work. His reputation made him a first alternate for this year's Pro Bowl, but his 12 touches in 2017 mean he will head into 2018 without any realistic fantasy value.
Alexander had been nursing a groin injury which held him out of Green Bay's preseason opener. The Packers have been lacking playmaking in their secondary over the past couple of seasons, so a healthy Alexander would be a big piece for the team moving forward.
Rollins has seen time at safety as well as nickel and dime cornerback thus far, with the team apparently not wanting to put him on the perimeter. It's not overly surprising, as head coach Mike McCarthy indicated last week the team believes he can play multiple positions. Moreover, with the influx of talent at cornerback -- free-agent signing Tramon Williams and early-round draft picks Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson -- Rollins is likely headed towards a more versatile role in 2018.
Patrick will suit up after fully participating in practice each day this week but shouldn't see many snaps unless there's an injury on the offensive line.
Brice's return to the practice field comes one week after he was carted off with what was believed to be a serious leg injury. However, further testing ultimately showed that the injury was a lot less severe than originally thought. As a result, Brice is already back on the practice field and the Packers avoid losing a key piece to their secondary.
Clinton-Dix, who's in a contract year, was absent from voluntary workouts this spring due to personal reasons. However, his impending participation in minicamp suggests the safety has no intentions of holding out in favor of an extension. Coming off three consecutive 1,000-snap seasons, Clinton-Dix should again command a heavy workload in 2018 as Green Bay's clear-cut starting free safety.
Moore did not put up big numbers, but he looked the part of an NFL receiver, and would have had better numbers had he been able to hang onto another ball or two he had a shot at. The Packers have several young receivers fighting for roster spots during camp, but Moore has a leg up in the race as the highest drafted player among his competitors.
Following four consecutive solid campaigns, Crosby made just 15 of 19 field-goal attempts in 2017, dropping his career conversion rate to 80.3 percent. The Packers apparently plan to give him at least one more season without any real competition, even though his scheduled $5.25 million cap hit is the largest in the league for his position, per OverTheCap.com. Crosby typically hasn't matched the production of other kickers attached to elite offenses -- in part because he's not a top-shelf kicker, but also because Aaron Rodgers has always been great converting in the red zone. Crosby will turn 34 in September and has two seasons remaining on his contract.
Murphy, who broke his left foot last October, was a limited participant in OTAs this spring but received clearance to return to team drills before minicamp. With no setbacks reported, Murphy should be a full participant at the start of training camp in late July. He might even get some first-team reps at right tackle if Bryan Bulaga (knee) isn't ready.
Held out of practice and Thursday's preseason game against the Titans due to a sore groin, Wilkerson joined fellow defensive lineman Mike Daniels in drills Sunday. The duo, along with Kenny Clark, will compose a lethal front line once the regular season kicks off in September.
Boyle's accuracy was not on point Thursday, but the bulk of the seven passes he completed were rather impressive, including perfect tosses on each of his scores. Boyle faces long odds to make the Packers' Week 1 roster given the experience of fellow reserve quarterbacks Brett Hundley and DeShone Kizer, but if he keeps playing like he did Thursday, there is a good chance a spot on the Packers' practice squad is reserved for him.
Ryan will require surgery to address the injury, ending his season more than a month before it even began. His absence will force Green Bay will need to find another starter at inside linebacker next to Blake Martinez. The Packers would like to see rookie third-round pick Oren Burks seize the opportunity, as the depth chart otherwise consists of young, undrafted players. Ryan played 507 snaps on defense and 211 on special teams in 15 games last season, notching 81 tackles and the first sack of his career. He'll become a free agent next winter with his rookie contract coming to an end after the 2018 campaign.
Tonyan seems to be recovered from the hip injury that prevented him from taking part in June's minicamp. Now healthy, the 24-year-old will return to competing for a depth role in Green Bay's tight end corps.
With Aaron Rodgers being held out, Hundley got the nod over fellow quarterback DeShone Kizer, and it was a successful night outside of the interception and a fumble, which the Packers recovered. Hundley made several quality throws, including a perfect 48-yard bomb to Davante Adams to set up the Packers' first score of the night. Kizer played well, too, and the two remain essentially neck-and-neck to open the season in the backup spot, with Hundley holding the slight edge given his experience in the Packers' system.
Mbu signed with the Colts last November and ended up appearing in seven games, but he recorded just three total tackles in that time. Mbu has appeared in just nine career NFL games since his rookie year in 2015.
Williams did not get much going on the ground Thursday, but his touchdown was impressive, as he caught the ball in the flat, made his defender miss on the sideline, and dove in for the score from a couple yards out. As long as he stays healthy, everything is lined up for Williams to open the season as the Packers' starting running back.
It was thought that Kendricks would play a bigger role after joining the Packers last offseason, and even though he took over as the starter in October following the departure of fellow tight end Martellus Bennett, he did not come close to matching the 50 receptions he posted in 2016. In fact, he finished with the lowest reception total of his career; so though figures to be back in Green Bay in 2018 after signing a two-year contract, it's unlikely he will head into the season any higher than No. 2 on the depth chart.
Johnson had been sidelined from training camp due to a hamstring injury, but the issue was apparently severe enough to land him on IR. Fellow inside linebacker Jake Ryan has also been placed on IR, so Marcus Porter and Ahmad Thomas figure to see additional reps behind first-teamers Blake Martinez and Oren Burks.
Kumerow has impressed since camp began and has even drawn praise from starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He followed up his strong practice performances by keeping the momentum going Thursday night. The Packers have a lot of intriguing young receivers fighting for just a couple of roster spots, but Kumerow is undoubtedly part of the conversation.
Jones initially thought he'd only miss a few days of practice, but he ended up sitting out for two weeks and didn't play in Thursday's preseason opener against Tennessee. He finally made it back to practice Sunday and Monday, albeit as a limited participant. Already facing a two-game suspension to open the season, Jones is missing out on a valuable chance to prove he's deserving of a key role beginning in Week 3. Jamaal Williams had 24 yards and a touchdown on six touches in the preseason opener, while Ty Montgomery was a non-factor with three carries for nine yards and zero catches on two targets. Jones likely will be held out of Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers unless he makes it through a full practice Tuesday without incident.
Rodgers hasn't played in a preseason opener since 2015, typically making his annual debut during the second week of the exhibition schedule. He only played for one series at the same juncture last year, then handled two drives in the third week of the preseason. Training camp is his real opportunity to build chemistry with Jimmy Graham (knee) and the Packers' slew of rookie wideouts.
Whitehead injured his back in Thursday's preseason opener. While he is out, look for Raven Greene to get some additional reps with the second team.
The Packers were certainly hoping for more from Adams after selecting him in the third round, but an offseason foot injury slowed his progress and deemed him essentially a non-factor in his first year as a pro. As long as he is healthy, Adams will get a chance to play a bigger role in his sophomore campaign.
While it's possible Mays is being held out for precautionary reasons, the running back has nonetheless been out of commission for a week after injuring his hamstring in training camp in early August. Mays' next opportunity to see exhibition action is next Thursday against the Steelers.
Goodson ended the 2017 season on injured reserve with a hamstring injury. It's unclear if the hamstring is still bothering him at all, but his calf was what ultimately held him out recently in OTAs. There's no indication that his injury is serious and it isn't expected to impact him once training camp begins.
Graham has been tending to a knee injury for a brief spell, missing out on his first chance to make an in-game impact as a Packer. His next chance to do so arrives Thursday against the Steelers, assuming he's cleared to play.
Bakhtiari suffered a left ankle sprain early in training camp. The Packers will rightfully be very careful with Bakhtiari, who protects Aaron Rodgers' blindside, and Sunday was likely a test to see how well the ankle is recovering. Look for Kyle Murphy to get first-team reps as long as Bakhtiari remains out of team drills.
Gilbert was waived at roster cutdowns in September and has spent the last two years on the Packers' practice squad. The 24-year-old is likely to have a role on special teams, but defensive snaps should be available Saturday with Nick Perry (ankle) listed as doubtful and Clay Matthews (hamstring) questionable.
Even though Lowry's knee injury was never considered to be severe, it's still nice to see him practicing in full just four days before the season opener. Barring a setback in practice, he should be set to start Sunday and could be an interesting IDP play going against a weak Seahawks offensive line that likely will devote more attention to Mike Daniels and Kenny Clark than to Lowry.
Head coach Mike McCarthy sad last week that Perry was close to coming off the PUP list but still wasn't sure exactly when it would happen. And while there still doesn't appear to be an exact date in mind, the fact that his workload is steadily getting more intense suggests that the day could be right around the corner for the linebacker.
Bell has made 74 starts since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2011, and he spent 2017 with the Cowboys. The 29-year-old is comfortable at right tackle, but that position is manned by veteran Bryan Bulaga. Therefore, Bell will likely vie for the right guard position along with Justin McCray. If he loses that competition, Bell could serve as the next man up behind the oft-injured Bulaga.
It was thought that Hawkins would mainly fill a depth role for the Packers in 2017, but due to injuries to fellow defensive backs he played more than anticipated and even started three games. His experience this past season will help him in the competition for a roster spot during training camp in 2018.
This is a troubling development for a player who popped up on the injury report multiple times late last season with back injuries, though Linsley never actually missed a game because of it. However, it shouldn't be a huge problem unless his absence from practice continues into training camp.