This nightmare-filled training camp continues in Green Bay, as the Packers left practice pretty damn ticked off.
Avoiding the injury bug at practice is critical, but so is displaying proper work ethic. Yet, the potential-packed youngsters in Wisconsin are having trouble managing the expectations and attitude needed to play for the Packers.
During their scout-team session, Aaron Rodgers noticed a significant decline in production from his wideouts, saying "It was one of the worst cards sessions we've had. I don't know how you can make it any simpler."
Rodgers did offer praise to DeAngelo Yancey, Geronimo Allison, and Jake Kumerow in the midst of his rant. However, it doesn't erase the concern around the rest of the group.
Outside of Davante Adams and Jimmy Graham, the Packers lack a legeimtate threat in their receiving corps. With Randall Cobb constantly battling injuries, Mike McCarthy's offense could certainly use another weapon.
Instead, Green Bay's franchise quarterback needs to lecture his team on showing more effort. I get that he was working with the scout team, but these guys need to step their game up if they want to keep AR12 happy.
#Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was not pleased at all with how young guys practiced near end of today, and he made it known. Story coming.— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) August 7, 2018
This is an awful look, especially considering that their offense is supposed to be their strength coming into the 2018 season.
With more uncertainty than usual building in Green Bay, it appears Rodgers will have to bail out his franchise once again.