Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Mini-Camp — Day 2


We now bring you Day 2 of the 2017 Green Bay Packers mini-camp, starting with the brightest shoes on the field, worn by DT Christian Ringo (#99).


Big boys — offensive linemen — moving down the field.


WR’s Jeff Janis (#83) and Malachi Dupre (#19), a 2017 seventh-round draft choice.


Working on the kickoffs...


... and on the kickoff returns.


A variety of players observing special teams play. This is the only image we’ve taken so far depicting 2017 third-round draft choice DT Montravius Adams (#60).


LB Jake Ryan (#47) awaiting instruction.


Along with Ryan, we see LB Blake Martinez (#50), and LB Jordan Tripp (#58).


It’s giant donuts time!


QB’s Joe Callahan (#6) and Brett Hundley play catch.


Rookie wide receivers: Malachi Dupre (#19), DeAngelo Yancey (#16), and Max McCaffrey (#13).


WR DeAngelo Yancey makes a nice catch in front of his coach.


WR Max McCaffrey also grabbing a pass.


Wide receivers getting the plans for the next set of drills.


WR DeAngelo Yancey getting away from a defender.


This is what they do on a “T.V. Time Out” during practice. It is designed to get players conditioned to the length of a T.V. commercial break during a game.


Scrimmage time.


Scrimmage time.


Rookie QB Taysom Hill gets off a pass against the rush.


Quarterbacks during a break.


RB Ty Montgomery (#88), QB Brett Hundley (#7), and QB Joe Callahan (#6) move to the next drill.


Offensive Line Coach James Campen walks with his boss, Mike McCarthy.


T David Bakhtiari (#69) walks with T Jason Spriggs, logical successor to T.J. Lang’s spot on the line.


FB Aaron Ripkowski (#22), who has successfully replaced John Kuhn.


The only shot we have so far of 2017 sixth-round pick G Kofi Amichia (#79).


Near the end of practice, a group of veterans rest along the near sideline: G Lane Taylor (#65), FB Aaron Ripkowski (#22), T David Bakhtiari (#69), and RB Ty Montgomery (#88).


The team gathers at midfield at the end of practice, centered around Head Coach Mike McCarthy.

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