By Freddie Boston
Reviewing Vince Biegel’s rookie season with the Green Bay Packers.
Wisconsin’s own outside linebacker couldn’t stay healthy, missing the start of the year following foot surgery.
Let’s take a look back at his 2017 season, and what he needs to do this offseason.
It was a rookie season to forget for Biegel.
First he was sidelined with a foot injury that required surgery in the spring. This forced him to miss almost the entire offseason program and the start of the 2017 season.
When he finally made his debut, it was difficult to grade his performances. Biegel had little time to prepare for NFL action, and can’t really be judged until he’s had an opportunity to get fully healthy and see the practice field over the summer.
Biegel finished the season having played 121 defensive snaps, according to Pro Football Reference. That worked out at 11.5 percent of the team’s defensive snaps. In that time he made 16 tackles but didn’t record a sack.
Biegel spent more time on special teams, logging 138 snaps, which worked out at 32.70 percent of the team’s special teams...