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Packers Calendar: Second and Final Minicamp Practice

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Packers Calendar: Second and Final Minicamp Practice

There's no false advertising when it come to minicamp in Green Bay. It is, after all, "mini." The second of only two days of practice happens on Wednesday.

Practice is scheduled to start at 11:30 a.m. local time at Clark Hinkle Field, weather permitting. The forecast, like yesterday however, isn't exactly promising. A high of 60 degrees is predicted, along with a 50 percent chance of rain.

If recent history is any indication, the Packers will move today's session inside the Don Hutson Center as they've done the past two practices that were supposed to be open to the public.

When practice is over, head coach Mike McCarthy will conduct a press conference with reporters that will be broadcasted live on the team's official website at approximately 1:35 p.m.

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Lucky953's picture

Indoors? Where's the toughness? What about the opportunity to do fumble recovery drills on wet grass? What ever happened to the joy of playing in the rain? Mud and Glory!!

Jamie's picture

I can only hope you're being facetious...though sadly I get a sense that you're not.

Lucky953's picture

Tongue firmly in cheek

Evan's picture

Double posting this:

RE: DeJuan Harris.

He tweeted this a couple hours ago.

@Ol_sLy_Foxx: Thank God for team physicals!!!

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