It's Packers RB Ryan Grant's property right now, but if RB Deshawn Wynn can remain upright this season, the starting running back position for the Packers might be a time share.
Wynn lived up to his reputation as an underachiever his first two seasons with the Packers, falling so low that he was released during training camp last year and had to come back and serve on the practice squad. He made it back to the 53-man roster in October and finished the year with a 73-yard run against Detroit in the season finale.
But the question that continued to linger was whether he could get himself in shape enough to challenge Grant this summer.
The answer after 8 training camp practices is yes.
"This is the best shape I believe he's ever been in," RBs coach Edgar Bennett said. "He's strong; he's lean and quick for a big guy. He's a talented man..."