Monday, August 03, 2015
2015 Training Camp — Day 2
We’re trying to get caught up here with our 2015 Packers Training Camp updates, and we’re still a couple of days behind. This installment is from Friday, July 31st — the second day of camp in Green Bay. Above, the Titletown sunrise.
Your Packerville, U.S.A. editor has decided to get out in front of the camera once in a while... and here he is posing as the first in line on Friday morning.
Packers Training Camp Fan Services workers get their daily morning update about 6:30 a.m.
The media has been well-represented at the practices each morning.
Players stretching before practice include LB Julius Peppers (in helmet), and LB Clay Matthews.
RB Eddie Lacy (#27), TE Kennard Backman (#86), and RB James Starks.
Linebackers at work.
LB Clay Matthews works up a sweat.
WR Jordy Nelson.
DB Micah Hyde on the near sideline.
Camp is a busy place at times, when they break up into different position groups and drills.
GM Ted Thompson checks out his offensive linemen.
$400 worth of footballs.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy moves around and observes everything.
11-on-11 scrimmaging time... RB Eddie Lacy gets a carry.
QB Aaron Rodgers runs the first string offense.
RB James Starks takes his turn, working with the second string offense.
QB Brett Hundley (#7) has worked mostly with the fourth string so far.
A meeting of the coaching minds, featuring Mike McCarthy (left) and Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers (in ball cap and green shorts).
Blocking technique work with the offensive linemen.
Receivers Myles White (#19), Jordy Nelson (#87), and Ty Montgomery (#88) take a breather on the near sideline.
Ladies and gentlemen... meet LB Nick Perry.
Late in practice, QB Aaron Rodgers gets in and plays in the defensive secondary, as we’ve seen him do before.
Perhaps he could play both ways, like in the olden days.
Coming soon... the new Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.