It’s a good thing rosters are up at 90-players during training camp or the
Green Bay Packers might have trouble fielding a team for a game.
The Packers started practice on Monday night with 18-players watching on the sideline and were eventually joined by 2-more players when Sam Shields (elbow) and Brandon Saine (Hamstring) who were injured during work last night.
Typical practices run between 2 1/2 hours to 2 hours and 45 minutes. Last night, Mike McCarthy cut the teams final night-time workout to 1 hour 45 minutes.
The Packers have already ruled 8 player out of Thursday’s preseason opener against the San Diego Chargers, including wide receiver Greg Jennings who is sidelined by a concussion.
The Packers workout at 3:30pm this afternoon, the final open workout before the Packers face the Chargers on Thursday night in San Diego.