Green Bay Packers’ Darnell Sevage injures the hamstring in “Family Night” practice

Green Bay Packers' Darnell Sevage injures the hamstring in "Family Night" practice

GREEN BAY (Wis.) Green Bay Packers Start safety Darnell Savage On Friday, the team suffered a hamstring strain during its traditional “Family Night” practice at Lambeau Field.

Savage was trying to cover during one-on-one matches between receivers, defensive backs, and early in practice. Amari Rodgers. Savage, a 2019 first-round draft pick, watched the rest from the sidelines with ice wrapped around the right leg.

Savage stated that “I don't believe it's a problem.” It's a quick-people injury. You can't avoid some of these things. I will just manage it the right way, and listen to those guys back home and I'll be fine.”

Green Bay's defense has struggled to keep up with an offense led four-time MVP quarterback. Aaron Rodgers But is it difficult to adjust to playing with an All-Pro receiver? Davante Adams. With Vernon Scott Savage was replaced and the defense's solid play continued.

The red-zone period saw seven plays within the 10-yard line for the starting offense, but only one score. Rodgers completed a touchdown pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis For rookie linebacker, tight coverage Quay Walker On the second play.

Safety is next Adrian Amos A pass was broken up Randall Cobb, linebacker De'Vondre Campbell Stop Aaron Jones Safety is assured by Rodgers' jet-sweep-style flip. Shawn Davis Nearly intercepted the pass meant for Allen LazardDefensive tackle and, Dean Lowry Jones was dropped on a run starting at the 2.

Coach Matt LaFleur indicated that while there are some areas in which we're doing well, there are still many areas to improve. “One thing that we kind of challenged is our defense's consistency in stopping the runs, and then I think the team has done a pretty good job defending the pass, in particular the deep balls, and not giving up too many big plays down the field.”

Rodgers said that the offense was going to “get our butts kicked every day” at camp. This defense could be the best since the Super Bowl in 2010. Campbell and cornerback are back with the Packers Rasul DouglasAdd defensive tackle Jarran Reed In free agency, Walker and defensive tackle were added Devonte Wyatt Drafted in the first round.

Green Bay's offense is struggling without Adams, who was traded in February to the Raiders, and offensive linemen. David Bakhtiari Elgton JenkinsThese are people who have torn their ACLs.

LaFleur declared, “It is a double-edged blade.” “I hope that our defense is strong and they will be difficult to deal with. Consistency up front is what I believe we need to improve. Although we do have a solid defensive front, I believe that it is still a good one. The front seven can sometimes be quite salty so I hope that they are making our offense more efficient. At the end of it all, it doesn't matter who's there. They have to do the job and we need to see improvements over the coming week and into preseason games.

On Friday, the Packers will open preseason play in San Francisco.

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