This week Rob Reischel continues his four-part series on the Packers by position heading into training camp and examines the quarterbacks and tight ends. How much impact will new tight ends Martellus Bennett and Lance Kendricks have on the Packers? The guess here is that Bennett, in particular, will create an exciting new chapter in Mike McCarthy’s playbook. Bennett’s incredible size and power should make him a reliable weapon all over the field, along with his ability to shake off tackles. But will Bennett be able to harness all that power to his advantage? The image still lingers of rookie Ha Ha Clinton-Dix wrapping up the former Bears tight end at the 1-yard line at Soldier Field, just inches away from the end zone during a game in 2014. The Packers were clinging to a 21-17 lead with nine seconds left at the end of the first half. After a short pass from Jay Cutler, Clinton-Dix immediately seized Bennett at the 1 and pulled him away from the goal line, denying the Bears a touchdown. Bennett, probably 60-70 pounds heavier than Clinton-Dix at the time, couldn’t secure the TD despite video reviews. Credit Clinton-Dix with the head’s-up play. Our next issue, July 20, marks a return to a weekly format. We will have issues from training camp through the regular season and postseason, including Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.