Royce Newman, the Green Bay Packers fourth-round pick in 2021, has had a rollercoaster journey over his two-year NFL career, now stepping into his third season.
Despite starting 16 games in his rookie season and the first six in the subsequent year, he currently finds himself on the roster’s precarious edge. The Packers’ formidable offensive line depth and Newman’s personal struggles are contributors to this predicament.
However, there’s a silver lining as Newman showcased an impressive display in the Packers’ second preseason game against the New England Patriots. His performance included impactful blocks, one of which contributed to a touchdown run.
These four players on the Green Bay Packers boosted their chances to make the initial 53-man roster following their second preseason game.
With a week remaining before the Packers must trim their roster to 53 players, Newman has the task of continually proving his worth to the team. Let’s check out three other players who boosted their chances to make the roster following the second preseason game.