Wisconsin Teams

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

So Trevor Davis has his roster spot about locked up. Rushing: 1-18 yards. Receiving: 2-33, 1 TD. Punt return: 1-17. Your turn, Allen Lazard, Darrius Shepherd, J'Mon Moore for that potential last receiver spot.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Trevor Davis showed in 2 plays why he could be so valuable: A 17-yard punt return and a 38-yard run on a toss end around. Davis, who is in the thick of the receiver competition, is making his preseason debut after he suffered a stinger on Aug. 5

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers who won't play tonight in Winnipeg after issues with the field: QB Aaron Rodgers. WR Davante Adams. CB Kevin King*. CB Jaire Alexander. S Josh Jones*. S Darnell Savage. CB Ka'dar Hollman*. RB Jamaal Williams. S Adrian Amos. RB Aaron Jones. S Ibraheim Campbell*. CB Tramon Williams. LB Oren Burks*. FB Danny Vitale*. CB Kabion Ento*. LB Blake Martinez*. LB Za'Darius Smith. LB Greg Roberts*. C Corey Linsley. G Lane Taylor. T David Bakhtiari. G Elgton Jenkins. T Bryan Bulaga. G Billy Turner. TE Jimmy Graham. WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling. TE Jace Sternberger*. TE Marcedes Lewis. LB Preston Smith. LB Reggie Gilbert*. DL Dean Lowry. DL Kenny Clark. DL Fadol Brown* *Denotes injured player who likely would not have played in this game.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers will get a long look at inside linebackers Curtis Bolton and Ty Summers tonight against the Raiders in Winnipeg. They're expected to start now that Blake Martinez won't play, according to a source. Martinez did not make the trip, although the source said it's nothing serious and he will be ready for Week 1. Nevertheless, it should help tell the Packers whether they can rely on the two rookies or whether they will have to add to that position before the regular-season opener.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur isn't saying whether Aaron Rodgers will play Thursday against the Raiders in Winnipeg. "That is to be determined," he said. "I just want to wait and see. That will be a game-time decision." Rodgers has practiced the last 2 days after back tightness.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

No more fans at practice. Packers moved from Ray Nitschke Field to Clarke Hinkle Field now that camp is technically over. Not practicing: Kevin King (hamstring), Josh Jones (illness); Ka'dar Hollman (stinger), Ibraheim Campbell (knee), Oren Burks (pectoral), Danny Vitale (calf), Kabion Ento (hamstring), Greg Roberts (abdomen), Jimmy Graham (finger), Reggie Gilbert (knee).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers practiced for a second straight day and barring a setback with his back tightness, he would be available for Thursday's penultimate preseason game versus the Raiders in Winnipeg if coach Matt LaFleur wants him to get some game action before the season opener.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Jace Sternberger has cleared the concussion protocol and practiced for the first time since he got drilled in the first joint practice against the Texans 15 days ago.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers training camp practice No. 16 (the last one) news and notes … 1) Those who turned out to watch the last practice open to the public probably wondered why the Packers ran the 2-minute drill at no more than half-speed. What good could that possibly do? Coach Matt LaFleur said he wanted to save the players legs but still believes the operation of the drill carries value. Aaron Rodgers revealed that he calls the plays in the 2-minute drive and believes even at half speed it's good for the offense. "Any 2-minute drill you do there's going to be different situations that come up that spark some good conversation afterwards," Rodgers said. "Why did you like this play in this situation?" For what it's worth, Rodgers' 2-minute drive ended when Davante Adams dropped what would've been an 11-yard touchdown as time expired.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers training camp practice No. 16 (the last one) news and notes … 2) At this point, there seems little doubt that Allen Lazard is an NFL-caliber receiver. It's just a matter of whether he can crack the Packers' depth chart in what Aaron Rodgers called "one of the deeper groups that we've had." Lazard leads the Packers with 90 yards receiving (on just four catches with a touchdown) in the preseason after spending most of last season on the practice squad. At 6-foot-5, he's one of the tallest targets on the team. "There are a lot of guys with legitimate shots to make the team -- some guys who you didn't maybe think of before camp who have had incredible camps," Rodgers said. "And I'm talking about specifically, Allan Lazard. He's had a really nice camp, he's made a bunch of plays. He's always showing up on special teams, he does things the right way in practice. I think he's put himself in position to legitimately be playing for all 32 teams."