Mailbag: Don't sleep on Brandon Bostick

Each week, I will ask for questions via Twitter with the hashtag #PackersMail and then will deliver the answers over the weekend.

Demovsky: Richard Rodgers has been impressive, no one can argue that. But don't sleep on Brandon Bostick. He has come on strong the last couple of days in training camp and at this point is not only a better blocker than Rodgers but also has a greater understanding of the offense. Perhaps we could see some double-tight end sets with Rodgers and Bostick.

Demovsky: It's funny you ask that because on Friday, quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he was joking with the officiating crew that worked practice this week, saying "we might want them to head up to the Pacific Northwest in about a month." However, you see this all the time in the NFL, where they pick one thing to harp on and do it for a while but before you know, it goes back to the way it has always been. Now, that's not universal, and the league has certainly changed the way it has handled illegal hits, but this is much more of a gray area. I'll have much more about this later today.

Demovsky: Unlikely. While the Packers have been pleased with both Micah Hyde and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, there has been no indication that any increased playing time for them would come at Morgan Burnett's expense. They were paired together for Thursday's practice while Burnett was out because of an ankle injury, but as soon as Burnett came back on Friday, he was right back out there with the starters.

Demovsky: Datone Jones has shown bursts of a little bit more power in his game this summer. Even though he did well in the one-on-one pass rushing drills last summer, it was almost always with speed. This year, he has bull-rushed more. It's early, but his 6-4 record in the one-on-on drill is a good sign. Anything close to .500 is a great mark for a defensive player. He also is getting the chance to rep more in the base defense, something he almost never did last season as a rookie. We should get the opportunity to see what kind of player he can be against the run.

Demovsky: Adrian Hubbard has not gotten a ton of pass-rushing opportunities -- he has had only two reps in the one-on-one drill (and lost them both) -- but he has not done much to stand out in team periods, either. In fact, among the undrafted rookie outside linebackers, it appears Toledo's Jay Elliott is ahead of Hubbard on the depth chart.