Green Bay, Wis. (WXOW) The Packers first off-season program under new head coach Matt LaFleur draws to a close Wednesday, at least on the practice field.
The team will hold a private team activity Thursday before dispersing for summer vacation.
LaFleur hopes he’s laid the groundwork for a big bounce back season in Green Bay.
The offense has been installed and the defense has picked up where it left off in it’s second season under Mike Pettine.
Overall, the Packers are about where they expected to be.
“I think we have made some good strides throughout the spring and the way it looked in that first mini camp compared to the way it looks now is night and day. I am excited to see what happens when the pads come on.” said offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga,
“I think we still have some things to work through. I think there’s some little nuances that we have to keep talking through as far as some of the signals and adjustments and some stuff that will be important going into training camp. this training camp will be different for all of us,” said quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The first day of training camp is Thursday, July 25.