Green Bay Packers News: Jamaal Williams film room
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A closer look at Green Bay Packers rookie running back Jamaal Williams, and a mysterious Damarious Randall tweet.

Good morning Packers Nation, and welcome to the Titletown Report. It’s Monday, July 10. Yes, that means it’s Monday. Yes, that means it’s the start of a new working week. But look at the positives. We’re now under nine weeks away from the Packers’ regular season opener.

Make it 62 days exactly. Now turn that frown upside down.

As ever, there’s plenty of great Green Bay Packers news and analysis right here in the Titletown Report. Grab your Monday morning coffee and enjoy these articles.

Let’s dive in.

Packers film room: Breaking down fourth round pick Jamaal Williams — Dan Dahlke

I love reading Dan Dahlke’s work. He knows the draft prospects as well as anyone, and he’s written an in-depth article of running back goodness on Jamaal Williams, and how the fourth-rounder fits into the Packers’ plans moving forward.

Packers nickel defense offers plenty of options — Chris Peterson of Cheesehead TV

Chris Peterson takes a closer look at the Packers’ nickel defense, which is essentially their base defense these days. It’s a trend across the league due to the increasing emphasis on throwing the football.

What does Damarious Randall’s tweet mean?

Hmm. Any ideas?

Packers envision ‘a lot of competition’ amongst deep WR group — Zach Kruse of Packers Wire

Competition is healthy this time of year. The Packers are loaded with bodies at the wide receiver position, and they envision a real battle for places on the 53-man roster. Will Jeff Janis make the roster? Will any of the rookie receivers make an impact? A lot is to be decided.

Plenty of star power when Packers visit Cowboys — Ryan Wood of

Packers fans know all too well how talented the Dallas Cowboys are. Mason Crosby doesn’t care about that though, eh? Ryan Wood takes a closer look at the Cowboys, and the changes they’ve made this offseason to get stronger.

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