NFL Media’s Charley Casserly writes Bears second-round TE Cole Kmet is expected to be an immediate impact player as a rookie, as Chicago likes his potential as a blocker and inside receiver due to his size.
Chicago will also look to sort out a pecking order between veteran addition Ted Ginn and former second-round pick Anthony Miller for the No. 2 receiver job. 2019 fourth-round pick Riley Ridley and Javon Wims will also push for roles.
NFL Media’s Charley Casserly writes the Packers still think QB Aaron Rodgers can play at a high level for a few more years, but first-round QB Jordan Love still offers value as a high-end backup if Rodgers is hurt.
Packers second-round rookie AJ Dillon will compete for the No. 2 running back job with Jamaal Williams and Casserly expects Dillon’s bruising style to be more effective as the season goes on.
Casserly says Packers starting G Billy Turner will either stay at right guard or start at right tackle, with the move depending on whether G Lane Taylor or OT Ricky Wagner play better.