B.J. Coleman is getting "every opportunity" to win the Packers' backup quarterback job.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel suggests B.J. Coleman could "jump" Graham Harrell to be the Packers' backup quarterback in preseason games.
The Packers will give 2012 seventh-round pick B.J. Coleman a chance to unseat Graham Harrell as Aaron Rodgers' primary backup.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says the Packers "want to see if" QB B.J. Coleman can beat out Graham Harrell for the backup job.
Packers waived or released QB B.J. Coleman, WRs Dale Moss, WR Diondre Borel and Curenski Gilleylen, FB Nic Cooper, DE Lawrence Guy, CB Otis Merrill and G Greg Van Roten.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel expects the Packers to bring in a veteran quarterback if backup Graham Harrell "flops" this summer.
Packers signed No. 243 overall pick QB B.J. Coleman to a four-year contract.
Packers selected Tennessee-Chattanooga QB B.J. Coleman with the No. 243 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
SI's Peter King "can see" the Eagles drafting a developmental quarterback with one of their two second-round picks.
The Lions are looking to add a developmental quarterback behind Matthew Stafford and Shaun Hill.
According to the National Football Post, "multiple scouts" were impressed with Tennessee-Chattanooga QB B.J. Coleman's "arm strength and physical tools" at the East-West Shrine Game.
Louisiana Tech RB Lennon Creer's 9-yard touchdown run with 47 seconds remaining gave the West a 24-17 victory over the East in the East-West Shrine Game.