Friday is the final day of Organized Team Activities (OTAs) in Green Bay and the end of the offseason program in general.
The Packers will practice on Friday, but it will be held behind closed doors and not open to either the public or the media.
This week happens to be the only week OTAs lasted four days when all other lasted only three. Mike McCarthy was never asked or explained why this week's practices lasted an extra day.
After Friday, many veterans will leave Green Bay and return to their hometowns or go on vacation. Many will also return and continue to work out at team facilities, but it is not mandatory that they return to Green Bay until the start of training camp in late July.
Rookies will continue to stay in Green Bay for one more week where they'll take part in a strength and conditioning program and take place in meetings.
The Packers will continue to host a free High School Development Camp in Milwaukee on Friday at Wisconsin Lutheran College from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. local time.
The youth football camp is in its second of two days, so it may be too late to register, but more information can be found online here. Another free camp will be held in Green Bay over the weekend.