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 Chris Wesseling of NFL.com projecting the NFL's top 10 "high-flying offenses" for 2019. Would you expect the Packers to make this elite ranking, given the arrival of a new coach and questions at receiver and on the offensive line? The Packers make it – barely – at No. 10.
Here's Wesseling's assessment:
10) Green Bay Packers
Quarterback: A | Aaron Rodgers, DeShone Kizer
Backfield: B- | Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams, Dexter Williams, Kapri Bibbs
Receiving corps: B | Davante Adams, Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Jimmy Graham(TE), Equanimeous St. Brown, J'Mon Moore, Trevor Davis, Jace Sternberger (TE)
Offensive line: B+ | David Bakhtiari, Bryan Bulaga, Lane Taylor, Billy Turner, Corey Linsley, Justin McCray, Jason Spriggs, Elgton Jenkins
Who's No. 1? You can see his entire top 10 (plus also-rans, which somehow include Tom Brady's New England Patriots) here:
Packers second-round pick Elgton Jenkins brings quiet confidence to the offensive line competition:
Tom Silverstein has contract numbers for the Packers' last four draft selections:
Andy Herman breaks down the film on Packers' fifth-round draft pick Kingsley Keke:
Former Packers associate head coach Winston Moss, who was fired late last season by Joe Philbin after sending out a tweet involving Aaron Rodgers, is joining the XFL:
ESPN's Rob Demovsky looks at the Packers' 90-man roster:
Rodgers picked a good year to join Bucks ownership:
Will Rodgers' grade rise in his first season under new coach Matt LaFleur?
Rodgers did some of his best work last season on third down:
Cheesehead TV identifies some breakout candidates for the Packers in 2019:
Another day, another Brett Favre comparison:
Former Packers cornerback Damarious Randall is set to graduate from Arizona State:
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