Green Bay Packers fourth round draft pick Carl Bradford doesn’t think his roster spot is in jeopardy, but he also knows the more you can do the better.
Bradford has done little to stand out in training camp as an outside linebacker, so Monday, Bradford worked on the inside in the Packers half-line drill. With the final preseason game just two days away, there is a sense of urgency with Bradford.
Bradford dominated games in college at Arizona State. That’s the main reason why the Packers used a fourth round draft pick on him. Once in an NFL training camp, they haven’t seen that same dominating player.
The Packers have moved players before and it’s worked out great. Current inside linebackers Brad Jones and Jamari Lattimore both started on the outside and made the switch. Now the Packers have to ask themselves if it’s worth spending the time on Bradford to see if he can successfully make that switch.
The Packers don’t practice today and have a short workout Wednesday before facing Kansas City on Thursday night at Lambeau Field. The starters won’t play long which means players like Carl Bradford will have ample opportunity to give the coaches that one last impression.
AUDIO: Carl Bradford on playing ILB for the 1st time Monday :10