Last season, one player on the Green Bay Packers found himself being ejected multiple times and that type of behavior is not going to fly in 2023.
During the 2022 season, Packers linebacker Quay Walker was ejected from two games: one for shoving a Bills practice squad player who wasn’t in uniform on the sideline, and another for shoving a Lions trainer who was on the field to respond to an injured player.
It’s shocking and disappointing to see a player get ejected twice for the same offense, which further suggests he learned nothing.
The Packers strongly believe he will learn from his mistakes.
Packers inside linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti said this week he thinks Walker understands it can’t happen again.
“He and I have spent a lot of time on that subject,” Olivadotti said, via Matt Schneidman of TheAthletic.com. “At the end of the day, it comes down to me trusting him, him trusting me. He’s more than willing to learn from all his mistakes, especially those.”
Walker was lucky he wasn’t suspended for his actions. The Packers want to be certain there won’t be a third offense.
Without Aaron Rodgers no longer on the team, the Packers are going to need him out there to make plays on defense.
Last year, he played in all seventeen games and finished the year with The Packers want to be certain there won’t be a third offense.
The Packers missed out on the playoffs after a Week 18 loss to the Detroit Lions, and things won’t be any better as they transition to Jordan Love as the QB of the future.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.