Packers Rookie Orientation Camp In The Books

The Green Bay Packers wrapped up their three day rookie orientation camp on Sunday.  All eight of the Packers draft picks signed prior to the camp and took part in the three days of work.  The camp also featured fourteen undrafted players, twenty-nine players that were trying out for the team and a few players off of last year’s practice squad.  Head coach Mike McCarthy was pleased with what he saw, especially Sunday’s practice…

Coach McCarthy was asked if it was realistic to expect the rookies to contribute this coming season…

Green Bay Southwest’s Greg Vanderlin was one of the twenty-nine players trying out for the Packers.  The defensive end, who finished second all-time in sacks at Michigan Tech, enjoyed the weekend…

This weekend was just the first step for players like the Packers final pick in the 2012 draft, Chattanooga-Tennessee quarterback B.J. Coleman…

Next up on the Packers off-season schedule is the team’s organized team activities, which begin May 22nd.  For more on the Packers go to packers.com or nfl.com.

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