Packers Training Camp 7/25 thru 7/29 2018
Photos By Gary and Dale Wolter

A panoramic view of Lambeau.


On 7/25 the shareholder's meeting was moved inside the concourse at Lambeau because of lightning - so, we made the best of it.


Last minute instructions before the first training camp practice of 2018 on Thursday 7/26.


Mike McCarthy looks on as DL Mike Daniels works. - Our new QB from Cleveland, DeShone Kizer.


DeShone Kizer works. - CB Davon House (31) fights for the ball with our 1st round draft pick, CB Jaire Alexander (23) bringing up the rear.
Alexander showed a lot of moxy in practices I saw. He is an exuberant personality and someone to keep an eye on.


CB Quinten Rollins. - Our new defensive Coordinator Mike Pettine.


CB Quinten Rollins. - LB Blake Martinez for an interception.


Rodgers looks downfield while the O line protects. - Rodgers, on the run, launches one.


WR Jake Kumerow (16) from Whitewater, WI nabs a tough catch. - TE Jimmy Graham (80) with one of his many catches at camp.
Both these guys are really doing well. Kumerow has been a pleasant surprise, and adding a big TE gives Rodgers many more options.


Rodgers jaws with Graham. - The aforementioned rookie 1st rounder CB Jaire Alexander.

The defense runs through its drills.


The quarterbacks discuss their contracts.


Rodgers looks long while TE Jimmy Graham (80) blocks on the far right. We'll be seeing a lot of Graham this year. He's tall and fast.


The linebackers go one-on-one with offensive linemen.


A view of the practice field - The wide receivers once again wait on the quarterbacks to get thrown to.


The offensive linemen watch one-on-one drills - Displaying the typical amount of mental clarity of a Viking fan,
this guy forgets he's not in Minneapolis. Or is he a spy?


The linebackers go through drills.

It looks like both TE Lance Kendricks (84) and RB Jamaal Williams (30) are open on this play.


A practice field panorama.


Some of the biggest changes at Lambeau this year involve the Titletown development area. It's located across the street west of the field. Much of the project is now complete, including a playground for the kids.


Also a huge football field to play on.


Besides the playground, Titletown has cafe seating in a park-like setting.


And Ariens Hill, for tubing in the winter and rolling down in the summer.


The other big change for 2018 was the Packer Experience. Green Bay is celebrating 100 seasons (1919 to 2019) and the Experience was a huge interactive display which covered more than half of the Lambeau Field parking lot. There were tons of games and activities set up to test your football skills. You can see a few of these activities straight out in this shot from the stairs at the Oneida Nation Gate.


It's more striking when you look left from the same spot. These installations wrapped all the way around the north side of the stadium.
This was all set up to run for just the first four days of training camp. Since then it has all been taken down.

More activities on the north side of Lambeau, and a house - yes a house across the street from the stadium designed to mimic
Lambeau Field.


The iconic Lombardi-Lambeau statues from above, and fans line up at Lambeau as they wait for the players to return from practice which is happening at Ray Nitschke field behind the big building on the right. (The Don Hutson indoor practice facility).


More fans lined up to see the players, and once again this year kids brought their bikes for the players to ride back to Lambeau.



This year many players chose to wheel their own kids in strollers rather than pick a bike to ride.


Or they just carried their kids.


A full 360 degree view of Lambeau. Click on the image for a full size picture.


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