Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless catches a pass during OTA practice in the Don Hutson Center on May 28. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media
The Green Bay Packers' depth at tight end could be better than last season based on Andrew Quarless' and Matthew Mulligan's play in offseason practices.
Quarless appears to have his speed back after missing all of last season because of a major knee injury sustained in December 2011. He's looked like a viable No. 2 tight end behind Jermichael Finley as long as he holds up as a blocker when the pads go on.
"'Q' has dropped a few pounds to help facilitate his rehab," said Jerry Fontenot, the Packers' tight ends coach. "As a result he's a little bit faster on tape (than he used to be), at least he's ...