GREEN BAY – Packers defensive end Justin Harrell said he woke up with a sore back on Tuesday and mostly sat out of practice during the morning session of today's two-a-day schedule.
"Just woke up with a little soreness," said Harrell after practice. "Just taking a day of rest. Planning on being out there Thursday."
According to Harrell, he does not plan on participating in this evening's practice at 6:30 p.m.
"Just thought it would be best to sit this day out," said Harrell.
Harrell began the day by sitting out of calisthenics with the rest of his teammates. During jog throughs he mostly stood off to the side, although he took a few snaps on the scout team offense that included little more than beginning hunched over and then standing up and giving the defense a look.
The defensive lineman then stood on the sidelines for the majority of the remainder of practice.
Harrell has played in only 13 games in his three-year NFL career and spent the entire '09 season on injured reserve.
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