Former Packers all-pro safety LeRoy Butler and reporter Tom Silverstein analyze a play Aaron Rodgers could have hit against the Lions and break down a coverage error that resulted in a critical first-half touchdown. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at PackersNews.com.
We'll start with Jim Owczarski's story on what players who sign with the Packers during the season must endure, both on the job and at home:
Bashaud Breeland’s eyes widened as reporters packed into a half moon around his locker, which still had “Green Bay Packers” across the placard above him. Signed on an off day, the new Packers corner was closed in upon, television camera “sun guns” projecting a soft, yellowish glow on his forehead.
Like Morrison, Darius Jackson, Korey Toomer and Deante Burton before him, Breeland was asked about how he physically arrived in Green Bay. The answer is standard: You get a call and a flight time, so you pack and go.
“It’s just new,” Breeland said. “So I gotta adjust to it and get used to it. You can’t get no more stressed than what I’ve been through all offseason.”
“When you’re a kid, you’re like, 'oh man, I’m going trade him to this team and he looks sweet in those colors.' That’s really what people really think in real life,” Jackson said. “They’re like oh man yeah, go play. They don’t understand your whole life changes. At least temporarily.”
Be sure to read Jim's entire piece here:
Owczarski with some deep background on running back Tra Carson, who was signed to the Packers' practice squad along with receiver Keon Hatcher (the team released running back Joel Bouagnon):
Packers safety Josh Jones renewed his call for more playing time on "Clubhouse Live":
Tom Silverstein and former Packers safety LeRoy Butler analyze the Detroit debacle:
Cheesehead TV analyzes Aaron Rodgers' game-changing first fumble against Detroit:
The Ringer puts Mike McCarthy under the microscope:
Jason Wilde of the Wisconsin State Journal writes about McCarthy having a sports psychologist address the team Monday:
Running the table? James Jones likes Packers to upset both Rams and Patriots as part of four-game winning streak:
The Power Sweep lists the five Packers who have yet to miss a snap:
Could the Packers (2-2-1) actually fall below the Browns (2-2-1) in the power rankings?
There was a Taysom Hill sighting Monday night in New Orleans: