GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Green Bay Packers training camp:
Mason Crosby has put together a strong training camp, so there's probably no reason to fret over a few missed field goals, but the Packers had to be happy to see him bounce back after missing three times (from 38, 42 and 46 yards) in a four-kick stretch during Monday's practice. Crosby finished the session by converting field goals of 48, 53 and 55 yards to salvage a 5-for-8 showing on a windy day at Ray Nitschke Field. Crosby has made 50-of-60 kicks overall in practice, a conversion rate of 83.3 percent, but over his last 30 kicks he has made 22 (73.3 percent). Perhaps more importantly, he has made 4-of-5 in preseason game action.
It was a rough practice for second-year receiver Myles White, who dropped two passes during team periods. White is a classic roster bubble player who needs to make every play he can in the final days of camp to show he's worth keeping.
Running back DuJuan Harris looks like a lock to be the kickoff returner, especially after rookie receiver Jeff Janis mishandled a ball off the JUGS machine during a special teams period. The punt return job, however, remains unsettled.
The Packers still have six roster moves to make on Tuesday to get down to 75 by the 3 p.m. (local time) deadline. However, they would need to release only three more players if they put receiver Jared Abbrederis, offensive lineman Don Barclay and nose tackle B.J. Raji on season-ending injured reserve as expected.
Others who did not practice on Monday were: running back Rajion Neal (knee), cornerback Demetri Goodson (concussion), linebacker Joe Thomas (knee), linebacker Brad Jones (quadriceps), guard Andrew Tiller (calf), center JC Tretter (knee) and tight end Brandon Bostick (leg).
It was likely the last full-pads practice of training camp. After going for two hours and two minutes, the Packers will not practice on Tuesday and then will hold their final open practice of the summer on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. local time.