NFL Summer and Camp Battles: Quarterback

May 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The summer is looming. As OTAs commence, and rookies receive their opportunities, however small, to crack the 53 man roster. The Green Bay Packers are one of two top teams in the NFC North, and look to make it back to the playoffs after the high flying, adrenaline pumping game 51-45 loss against the Cardinals. To go further, the Pack must make the right moves in the summer. It all starts with the roster. Today, we shall view one spot of the roster: Quarterbacks.
Aaron Rodgers is stepping into his third year as the full time starter, replacing future hall of famer Brett Favre admirably, earning a trip to the Pro Bowl in 2009 after a nice 11-5 season. Rodgers is now the unquestioned starter of Green Bay, and looks to be so for a long while. Rodgers' status is not in doubt; he is a LOCK to make the roster, and is at the helm of the Green Bay offense.
Rodgers's back-ups are questioned consistently. Thompson has signed no veterans. He attempted at two back-ups by drafting B...

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