Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Texans at Packers Game Photos



After getting caught up with the Training Camp galleries, it’s time to post photos from the first preseason game featuring the Green Bay Packers vs. the Houston Texans. The southerners came north earlier in the week to practice twice against the Packers at Ray Nitschke Field. You can see those galleries here and here.


Here’s the view of Lambeau Field as we approach from the west, our usual direction after parking in the local neighborhood on that side.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


A view of Lambeau Field before the first preseason game of the 2019 season.


Something we don’t see too often... a player coming over to the railing and signing autographs during warm-ups. The Packers’ longtime kicker, Mason Crosby (#2) attracted a crowd quickly.


The glamorous life of NFL special teams players.


The view from behind the Packers’ bench area as the stadium starts to fill up.


The game time weather status.


Spare parts for various helmets on the sideline.


In case you don’t know exactly where you are upon arriving at the game.


NFL footballs poised on the sideline. You can get your own here.


The team comes out of the tunnel for pre-game warm-ups.


Packers players during pre-game warm-ups.


The Texans’ kickoff team before the kickoff.


The Packers’ kickoff team before the kickoff.


The 2019 preseason gets underway in Lambeau Field.


Since QB Aaron Rodgers is not playing, QB Deshone Kizer (#9) gets the start.


The evening sunlight on the crowd and the suites.


Houston QB Joe Webb III (#5) with their offense.


LB Oren Burks (#42) is injured early in the game. He sustained a torn pectoral muscle and his status for the regular season has not been announced.


Coach Matt LaFleur has a few words with an official.


K Sam Ficken (#7) kicks an extra point.


The quarterbacks meet with their coach and their offensive coordinator.


RB Tra Carson (#32) runs to daylight.


WR Steven Mitchell, Jr. (#11) looks to avoid CB Tony Brown (#28) and CB Chandon Sullivan (#39).


QB Joe Webb III (#5) is about to be stopped by S Natrell Jamerson (#21).


RB Dexter Williams (#22) gets a chance in his first NFL action.


The Texans break the huddle as the Packers’ defense awaits.


QB Tim Boyle (#8) takes the second quarterback shift in the game.


When there is a replay review and the television broadcast is away at commercial, they show what the referee is seeing on the giant stadium screens.


QB Tim Boyle (#8) lets a long one fly.


The preseason broadcast crews for each team work on top and below each other, surrounded by corporate suites on the stadium’s west side.


DL James Looney (#99) wraps up RB Karan Higdon, Jr. (#31).


DL James Looney (#99) and LB Ty Summers (#44) contain a scrambling QB Joe Webb III (#5).


QB Manny Wilkins (#18) gets his turn for the last part of the game.


Being a Gold Package ticket holders game (largely from the Milwaukee area), the crowd dwindled in the second half, as most of them had to drive back south to go to work in the morning.


A north end zone view of the stadium near the conclusion.


The final score at Lambeau Field.


A new “Packers Win” graphic for 2019.


Lambeau Field as the crowd makes its way back to their cars.


The Packers vs. Texans game program. Thank you for visiting, and come back often!

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

2029 Packers Training Camp — Practice 16


Monday afternoon brought the final practice of 2019 Packers Training Camp at Ray Nitschke Field. It was much warmer than it was on Sunday, but a good crowd was on hand.


Ladies and gentlemen... CB Josh Jackson (#37) tying his shoes!


Special Teams Coordinator Shawn Mennenga at work early in practice.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) under center during early scrimmaging.


Team Photographer Evan Siegel.


Coach Matt LaFleur with his boot finally removed.


Ball-handling drills for those who handle the ball. Here we see RB Tra Carson (#32) being pestered by coaches wearing red boxing gloves, trying to punch the ball out.


The ball-handlers are holding balls connected to ropes that coaches are trying to yank to ball out with. That sentence is grammatically wrong, but we will move on.


Wide receivers working against an “opponent.”


Now the wide receivers have a coach giving them the business off the line of scrimmage.


WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (#83) snags a pass.


WR Davante Adams (#17) does the same thing with only one hand.


TE Evan Baylis (#49) shows that tight ends can also catch the ball.


The offense playing six against zero defenders.


Offensive linemen doing what offensive linemen do.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) showing fine quarterback passing form.


Coach Matt LaFleur talks with TE Marcedes Lewis (#89) on the near sideline.


The kickoff team working on kickoffs.


CB Shandon Sullivan (#39).


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) stands in the pocket.


WR Darrius Shepherd (#10) makes a reception in the midst of coverage.


RB Aaron Jones (#33) comes around the outside of the line.


S Mike Tyson (#32)... no, not that Mike Tyson.


WR Jake Kumerow (#16) cannot get to this pass.


WR/PR Trevor Davis (#11) on a reverse handoff.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) and QB Tim Boyle (#8) take a breather in the hot temps.


CB Jaire Alexander (#23).


QB Tim Boyle (#8) looks for an open receiver.


A runner is stopped by the defense, even though he has a teammate pushing him.


DE Rashan Gary (#52).


The line of scrimmage point of view.


In a couple of weeks, LB Preston Smith (#91) will not have to slow down to keep from smashing into a quarterback.


The trenches.


WR Davante Adams (#17).


WR Teo Redding (#88) just cannot make the reception.


That’s it... the final public practice from 2019 Packers Training Camp is over. Thank you for visiting to check out all of our coverage!