GREEN BAY–A safety made the first interception of training camp, and it wasn’t Micah Hyde, Morgan Burnett or Ha Ha Clinton-Dix that did it. Sean Richardson intercepted an Aaron Rodgers pass in a blitz drill on Monday morning.
It was the first full-pads practice of training camp and it was greeted by cool temperatures and a cloudy sky. The practice was highlighted by spirited half-line drills that were punctuated by a lot of energy, but no scuffles. Linebacker Clay Matthews did not participate in the half-line drills.
Offensive and defensive linemen followed with one-on-one drills, and one of the feature attractions pitted tackle Bryan Bulaga against linebacker/defensive end Julius Peppers. Bulaga gave no ground in two bouts with Peppers.
Aaron Rodgers continues to find rookie tight end Richard Rodgers in the passing game, and second-round wide receiver Davante Adams would seem to be asserting himself more in the pass offense.
Packers.com will update this morning’s practice with a report from Mike McCarthy’s post-practice press conference.
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