Aaron Rodgers learned the hard way that not even "Jeopardy!" contestants know as much about his NFL team, the Green Bay Packers, as he does. The NFL quarterback has been guest-hosting the popular game show all week as it continues to hunt for a permanent replacement for Alex Trebek, who died in November after a lengthy battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
I think the Packers should move Savage to the slot corner position though there’s been no indication new defensive coordinator Joe Barry plans to do so. Assuming Savage stays at safety, Chandon Sullivan was OK in the nickel position last year and is the next-most likely candidate for that spot this year. Still, the Packers could very much use a talented rookie who could at least push for that job.
He started all 38 games at left tackle in his final three seasons at Notre Dame, blocking the blindside for one of the nation’s top programs. Eichenberg was second-team All-American and first-team All-ACC last season, winning the Jacobs Blocking Trophy as the conference’s top lineman. He also was a finalist for the Outland Trophy, given annually to the nation’s top offensive lineman.