Rollins part of Pack tradition


Though he didn’t practice Thursday, Quinten Rollins (24) took part in the first day at Green Bay Packers Training Camp at Lambeau Field. The 2010 Wilmington High School graduate and second-round draft pick was able to make the traditional bicycle ride to the first practice, while the youth alongside him carries his helmet. Many youngsters were lined up by 7 a.m. to get their bicycles in position to be ridden by one of the players.

Though he didn’t practice Thursday, Quinten Rollins (24) took part in the first day at Green Bay Packers Training Camp at Lambeau Field. The 2010 Wilmington High School graduate and second-round draft pick was able to make the traditional bicycle ride to the first practice, while the youth alongside him carries his helmet. Many youngsters were lined up by 7 a.m. to get their bicycles in position to be ridden by one of the players.


Quinten Rollins drove Raymond Beecher of Little Chute, Wisc. from the Green Bay Packers first official training camp practice Thursday morning. Beecher is unable to ride a bike and both he and his mother were extremely happy to have Rollins pedal him to Lambeau Field.


Though he didn’t practice Thursday, Quinten Rollins (24) took part in the first day at Green Bay Packers Training Camp at Lambeau Field. The 2010 Wilmington High School graduate and second-round draft pick was able to make the traditional bicycle ride to the first practice, while the youth alongside him carries his helmet. Many youngsters were lined up by 7 a.m. to get their bicycles in position to be ridden by one of the players.

Quinten Rollins drove Raymond Beecher of Little Chute, Wisc. from the Green Bay Packers first official training camp practice Thursday morning. Beecher is unable to ride a bike and both he and his mother were extremely happy to have Rollins pedal him to Lambeau Field.

Though he didn’t practice Thursday, Quinten Rollins (24) took part in the first day at Green Bay Packers Training Camp at Lambeau Field. The 2010 Wilmington High School graduate and second-round draft pick was able to make the traditional bicycle ride to the first practice, while the youth alongside him carries his helmet. Many youngsters were lined up by 7 a.m. to get their bicycles in position to be ridden by one of the players.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_Quinten14.jpgThough he didn’t practice Thursday, Quinten Rollins (24) took part in the first day at Green Bay Packers Training Camp at Lambeau Field. The 2010 Wilmington High School graduate and second-round draft pick was able to make the traditional bicycle ride to the first practice, while the youth alongside him carries his helmet. Many youngsters were lined up by 7 a.m. to get their bicycles in position to be ridden by one of the players.

Quinten Rollins drove Raymond Beecher of Little Chute, Wisc. from the Green Bay Packers first official training camp practice Thursday morning. Beecher is unable to ride a bike and both he and his mother were extremely happy to have Rollins pedal him to Lambeau Field.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_Quinten24.jpgQuinten Rollins drove Raymond Beecher of Little Chute, Wisc. from the Green Bay Packers first official training camp practice Thursday morning. Beecher is unable to ride a bike and both he and his mother were extremely happy to have Rollins pedal him to Lambeau Field.