The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel projects backup QB Graham Harrell to be left off the Packers' final roster.
Packers GM Ted Thompson wants to see "continued improvement" and a "bounce back" game from backup QB Graham Harrell this week.
Packers backup QB Graham Harrell completed just 12-of-24 passes for 100 yards and two interceptions in Green Bay's second preseason game Saturday night against the Browns.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel suggests that the Packers will go searching for a veteran backup quarterback if Graham Harrell "flops" in camp.
According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Packers aren't "flinching" at quarterback, and the No. 2 job remains Graham Harrell's to lose.
The Packers are not expected to sign a veteran quarterback.
Although the Packers plan to select a developmental quarterback late in the draft, coach Mike McCarthy has "high hopes" for Graham Harrell.
Coach Mike McCarthy is "hopeful" that Graham Harrell can make the move from No. 3 to primary backup quarterback this year.
The Packers promoted QB Graham Harrell from their practice squad to the 53-man roster because the Bills were trying to lure him to Buffalo.
Packers signed QB Graham Harrell.
The Packers are paying practice squad QB Graham Harrell $12,500 per week, which is more than double the practice squad minimum of $5,700 per week.
Packers waived QB Graham Harrell.
Coach Mike McCarthy believes Graham Harrell could "absolutely" emerge as the Packers' backup quarterback of the future.
Packers signed QB Graham Harrell from their practice squad.