The Green Bay Packers have been immersed in training camp for almost two weeks now, offering us valuable insights into player performances, both positive and concerning.
Much of their practice sessions have been accessible to the media, enabling fans to stay updated through tweets and articles that dissect the observations from reporters on the ground. As Green Bay gears up for a joint practice with the Cincinnati Bengals and an upcoming preseason game, our understanding will continue to evolve.
With the promise of more revelations on the horizon, let’s hone our focus on three Packers who have commenced their training camp journey at a less-than-satisfactory tempo.
These three players on the Green Bay Packers are struggling to find consistent momentum during the early stages of training camp.
Packers Off to Slow Starts to Training Camp: Anders Carlson
Anders Carlson emerged as an unexpected sixth-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, and his initial training camp performance is shedding light on the reasoning behind this choice.
He’s been grappling with a notable inconsistency in his accuracy, and his recent week’s performance had been subpar until the Packers’ Family Night on Saturday, where he rebounded by hitting eight out of nine attempts (with the lone miss attributed to a flawed snap-hold combination). While the Packers firmly believe in his latent long-term potential, the challenge lies in testing their patience’s limits to realize that promise.