Honestly, I think it's too early to say. But I agree with you about Janis and Davis being in a fight for a roster spot. Not to say they won't win that battle, but I think it's wide-open competition for their fifth (and maybe sixth) WR spot.
Any D lineman who can run a 4.87 has some athleticism to him. He's a project worth trying to develop. High upside.
They had nothing at RB behind Ty Montgomery. Nothing. It was by far their thinnest position. That's important to understand. Though unproven, Packers clearly feel there are some developmental prospects at OLB. I'd actually be more concerned about that position's run defense than pass rush; both Fackrell and Elliott have shown they can get to the quarterback.
Way too early to know how Packers punter battle plays out. He'll have a real shot at it.
Biegel is 2 inches taller, with arms that are two inches longer, and almost a full .1 second faster than Bradford. There is no comparison.
Again, I think he did with Josh Jones.
I just can't get excited about a RB who runs a mid-4.6 40 at the combine. Jamaal William's 4.59 might not seem like a big difference, but it's enough. So I would've taken the OLB.
Easy: David Bakhtiari. Ha Ha has a chance to be a guy like that too.
I would have to think so, yes, on Geronimo. As for Wolf, I think it was the same as years past.
Start with Aaron Rodgers. Davante Adams, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Corey Linsley also possibilities.
All right, that's a good place to stop for today. Thanks to everyone who joined in the chat. Until next time, take care.