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Well, that is exactly what Green Bay coaches, teammates, fans and fantasy players wanted to see regarding Lacy. After two strong seasons to begin his NFL career, Lacy greatly disappointed in 2015 and much of it was blamed on him being overweight and out of shape.
Stacy suffered a broken ankle last November and is still yet to fully recover. The Jets are planning to sign former Ravens' running back Bernard Pierce. The team heads to training camp on Wednesday.
Rollins made an impact for the Packers in his rookie year, recording 24 tackles, two interceptions and one sack across 14 games. A second-round pick in 2015, the 24-year-old defensive back missed the majority of offseason workouts with the Packers, but has come to training camp ready to go.
The good news here is that Brown apparently has no intentions of holding out. The star receiver has two years remaining on his current six-year deal, but it is perfectly understandable for him to be seeking a more lucrative salary, as the $43M valuation of his contract pales in comparison to that of other top performers at the position.
This news was revealed on Monday but I guess you could say that Gus Bradley made it official on Wednesday afternoon. Ramsey missed most all of the offseason program with a torn meniscus. The Jaguars first-round pick is expected to cover the slot in nickel packages. Jacksonville will be without the services of Aaron Colvin after his four game suspension, so he'll be put right into action. The plan is that Prince Amukamara will replace Ramsey on the outside in sub packages.
The 2014 third-round pick of the Chiefs was lost for the season after tearing his ACL against the Packers on September 27th. It has been a long road for Gaines but he has worked himself back into starting shape. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he considers Gaines the favorite to start opposite Marcus Peters. Steven Nelson and rookie KeiVarae Russell will both compete for the spot as well.
This comes as no surprise because no one expected him to be ready for the start of training camp. Charles is coming off his second major knee surgery in the last four years and he turns 30 years old in December, this could be the beginning of the end for the veteran back. Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West played well in his place last season combining for 1,256 total yards and 11 touchdowns. Charles will be the lead back when available but Andy Reid will find touches for these two young up and coming backs.
The Jets signed the veteran running back despite the fact that Pierce will have to sit the first two games of the season to serve his suspension. He will be allowed to participate in training camp and the preseason. New York has an abundance of running back talent with Matt Forte leading the way followed by Bilal Powell, and Khiry Robinson.
Cook has maintained all along his foot injury is not a big deal, and that would indeed be the case if he missed just one preseason game. The Packers have an extra preseason game since they are playing in the Hall of Fame game, so Cook could miss one game and still have a full preseason. Cook will be playing with an above-average quarterback for the first time in his career this season, and while it will be difficult to trust him initially, his upside is huge.
Campbell was drafted in the sixth round by the Jets in 2013 after playing four years as a defensive lineman at Michigan. Campbell has never played in an NFL game, and is a longshot to do so this season.