Yes, for sure. I think I can predict their answer that it will be an adjustment for all of them to run in this offense. One might pick things up quicker than the other, kind of like how Jamal Williams picked things up quicker than Aaron Jones and Devante Mays in camp.
He better show something in camp or he's in trouble.
ESB: I defintely expected to go earlier. Now it's behind me. I have to move on.
ESB on leaving early: My goal as a young kid was to play in the NFL. It was a matter of pursuing my dream.
Said draft board said he'd go fourth round.
Said he got a call from DeShone Kizer right away.
ESB: I've never been so ready for anything in my life. I was in the living room with my family and watching with some friends.
ESB: Competition only makes you better. I'm not wworried about it. It comes with the game.
ESB: I played around 203. I'm around 218. I feel good. My muscles. I wanted to gain more weight and get stronger, get physically better. The weight makes me a better athlete all-around.
Well, consider that they took three running backs last year. So they really didn't need any RBs. They lost Jordy, Cobb will be a free agent soon, they needed to start rebuilding this position. So I don't think it's surprising. I think last year they took advantage of a really good RB class and this year they're taking advantage of a good WR class.
I don't think so. You can't count on rookies to stay healthy. They tend to fade at the end of the season or get hurt.
Four more picks before the Packers start on their three selections in the seventh round.
Thanks, Gary. You must feel as brain dead as I am.