Daybreak Doppler: Packers Training Camp – Running Backs Galore
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Be Fun To Figure Out – I don’t recall the last time there was excitement about the running game in Green Bay, but this year there is definitely anticipation. The Packers drafted Eddie Lacy & Jonathan Franklin and returning are starters from last year Du Juan Harris, Alex Green & James Starks. I know I’ve commented on this before, but where and how the Packers decide to fill the stable of runners will be one of the top things I’m interested in this Training Camp. The popular choice is that Harris gets the starting role followed by Lacy & Franklin. I can agree with the players, I’m just not sure of that order. My guess is the rookie Lacy gets the starting nod, followed by Harris & Franklin. Yes, that means Green & Starks will be gone but that’s football. Of course, I could end up being totally wrong but there’s only one way to find out which is only one of the reasons Training Camp is fun to watch unfold.
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