GREEN BAY — Two years ago, Mason Crosby was competing for his job in training camp. Today, he eased through a one-kicker drill in which Crosby converted all six of his field goal attempts, the longest a drill-ending 51-yarder. They were all center cut; Crosby never looked better.
Special teams were the early focus of practice on Monday, as the threat of thunderstorms lurked. First-round draft pick Damarious Randall (groin) returned to practice, as did defensive lineman Josh Boyd (knee).
Aaron Rodgers was working the tight ends in a team drill. He pitched two smooth completions to Richard Rodgers, then followed with a toss to Andrew Quarless.
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