(Green Bay, WI) — After eleven seasons and six Pro Bowls with New Orleans, guard Jahri Evans says he wants to prove he can still produce with the Green Bay Packers. The 33-year-old Evans is attending his first workouts with the Pack this week, including Tuesday’s first OTA practice that was open to the fans and reporters. Corner Quintin Rollins says he feels much better after having offseason surgery to fix a lingering groin issue but center Corey Linsley only took part in warm-ups after having offseason ankle surgery. Meanwhile, safety Jermaine Whitehead has been ticketed for driving 110 in a 70 zone last Friday on Interstate 43 in Sheboygan County and a sheriff’s deputy wrote that three teammates were with him as they tried reporting to the team on time. The 24 year old Whitehead played in two games last year but spent most of his time on the practice squad.