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Training Camp - What I'm Watching For

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by BorderRivals.com, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. FrankRizzo

    FrankRizzo Cheesehead

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    Back to camp.

    I love our depth at RB.
    I love Datone Jones.
    Crosby.... nevermind.
    Still haven't heard how badly Ryan Taylor is hurt but with our luck I am expecting his season is over.
     
  2. ExpatPacker

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    Here's what I really want to see from the rest of TC:

    1. The development of David Bakhtiari. Even if he doesn't win the RT job, I want to see if he's our RT of the future. I'm almost ready to write Sherrod off--not quite, but close. His injury seems to much for him to come back from.

    2. Datone Jones. I so want this guy to be last years Chandler Jones (without the injury!).

    3. Nick Perry. CMIII, Jones, Perry. A legit and dangerous pass rush and Perry securing the other OLB spot no questions.

    4. Jeron McMillian. Our version of Harrison Smith? That's what I'm hoping.
     
  3. Sunshinepacker

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    I'm looking forward to the preseason games. While I enjoy hearing about how well Perry and Jones are playing, I think most will agree that the Packers' oline isn't the stiffest test. It will be interesting to see how those two fair against teams with olines that aren't in a state of flux.
     

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