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Martellus Bennett has embraced the tradition of riding a kid's bike to and from training camp practice.

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It's an ankle injury for Bryan Bulaga, who did not return to practice. At least for his sake it's not another knee injury. Also, Jayrone Elliott (back spasms) dropped out again. So did Derrick Mathews (concussion).

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That's it for the penultimate practice of camp after 2 hours and 38 minutes.

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Kyle Murphy -- not Jason Spriggs -- in for Bryan Bulaga at right tackle. Bulaga has not returned to the field after limping off.

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Bryan Bulaga just limped off the practice field. Taken inside with an apparent lower leg issue.

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Packers questions for Wilde and Tausch

It's Wednesday during football season, so Wilde and Tausch answer fan questions regarding the Packers. Today they're asked about back-up QB's and WR's.

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An up close look at the 1-on-1 pass rush/pass block drill.

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Jordy Nelson is criminally underrated

On the two-year anniversary of Jordy Nelson's injury, Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Bryan Dee and Dan Needles to discuss just how impressive Nelson's recovery has been.

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OLB Jayrone Elliott is back in pads after dropping out with back spasms yesterday.

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Mike McCarthy likes keeping all 90 players until the end of the preseason. "I go back to the Super Bowl year, it took 77 players to win the Super Bowl," McCarthy said. "You don't win in this league with 53 players. The opportunity to continue to coach players a week longer is a benefit to everybody."

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Rodgers: Lots of time off throwing to rest arm

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says his arm looks strong due to a change in his offseason routine, including focusing more on conditioning his body and core.

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Dom Capers thinks that if all the cornerbacks are healthy, the combination of players could change week to week. "That's why you need depth," the Packers defensive coordinator said. "You can't ever have enough defensive backs."

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Here's the Packers full injury report: Five players returned to practice: Damarious Randall, Ty Montgomery (who appeared limited), Malachi Dupre, Colby Pearson, Aaron Peck. Dropped out of practice; Jayrone Elliott. Still out were: Davon House (hamstring), Jermaine Whitehead (hip), Demetri Goodson (knee), William Stanback (hamstring), Vince Biegel (foot), Derrick Mathews (concussion), Jordan Tripp (concussion), Don Barclay (ankle), Montravius Adams (foot), Dean Lowry (knee).

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Damarious Randall and Kevin King have been the starting corners in base with Quinten Rollins coming in for nickel snaps.

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Nick Perry was slow to get up at the end of a play and spent the break talking with the Packers' training staff. He's watching the special teams period now from one knee.

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Aaron Rodgers throws a perfect deep ball to Trevor Davis, who hauled in a 55-yard TD over rookie corner Lenzy Pipkins.

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Aaron Rodgers took the first three reps in the team period with the starting offense, a sign he'll play more than one series this week at Denver. Last week, he took only the first snap of team and played one series in the game.

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Jayrone Elliott walked off the field with a trainer and has not returned to practice.

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Crowd sings "Happy Birthday" to Randall Cobb after he beats Damarious Randall for a catch in the 1-on-1 drill.

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Malachi Dupre is also back after taking a violent hit and being carted off the field in the preseason opener. Like Damarious Randall, he has cleared the concussion protocol.

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Ty Montgomery (leg) is back after missing last week.

2017 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
2(1)Kevin KingCBWashington
2(29)Josh JonesSNorth Carolina State
3(29)Montravius AdamsDTAuburn
4(1)Vince BiegelOLBWisconsin
4(28)Jamaal WilliamsRBBYU
5(32)Deangelo YanceyWRPurdue
5(39)Aaron JonesRBUTEP
6(29)Kofi AmichiaOTSouth Florida
7(20)Devante MaysRBUtah State
7(29)Malachi DupreWRLSU

Team Stats

Passing Yards262.47th
Rushing Yards106.320th
Points For27.04th
Points Against24.321st