Thursday's have traditionally (if seven weeks is long enough to build a tradition) been the day when Packers head coach Mike McCrathy chooses to hold his one padded practice.
(The new collective bargaining agreement requires that padded practices be limited to one per week prior to a certain point later in the season, although there is a provision where teams can hold two padded practices for one week only during the week of their choosing. Yes. It's ridiculous. Thanks NFLPA.)
According to both Kareen Copeland of the Green Bay Press Gazette and Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews and Josh Sitton all returned to practice today and participated in the padded environment.
As Tom points out, for Matthews and Woodson it is the first time in a little over a month since they have participated in a padded practice.
Sitton had missed yesterdays practice due to a knee injury. He had battled an ankle injury last week.
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