Second-rounder Josh Myers will start at center as expected and fourth-rounder Royce Newman wins one of the guard jobs — likely on the right side.
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When Josh Myers didn’t snap the ball on time during an 11-on-11 period with hip-hop music blasting from the on-field speakers, Aaron Rodgers chewed him out in a big way, complete with an angry tone and a naughty word or two as he burned a timeout.
“I know my spot, I know my role. I know I’m the ‘3’ guy,” Kurt Benkert said after he completed 18 of 25 passes for 151 yards with one touchdown and one interception (83.9 rating) after an impressive first half against most of the Jets’ No. 1 defense.
Jason Wilde offers three keys for the Green Bay Packers when they host the New York Jets in Week 2 of the NFL preseason Saturday afternoon at …
“I thought Royce did a really nice job (on Wednesday) and so he will get an opportunity to start the game on Saturday,” LaFleur said before Thursday’s practice.
The changes in the offensive line weren’t the only adjustments to the practice rotations Monday.
Even with franchise left tackle David Bakhtiari’s availability for the Sept. 12 regular-season opener at New Orleans in doubt, the Packers feel good about their potential starting five: Elgton Jenkins (above) at left tackle, Jon Runyan or Ben Braden at left guard, rookie second-round pick Josh Myers at center, Lucas Patrick at right guard and Billy Turner at right tackle. And the addition of veteran tackle Dennis Kelly gives them a sixth man with starting experience.
With news of the rift between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers breaking just before the 2021 NFL Draft kicked off, Green Bay fans can be forgiven…