The Green Bay Packers are the only team in the NFL to have not held some sort of informal practices.
"We're definitely going to do something soon because we don't know," receiver Greg Jennings said at his charity golf tournament in Waukesha on Friday. "There's that uncertainty (because of the lockout). I think guys have been working out individually with their own trainers, which is great, but it's also not as great when you're not doing it as a team. Anytime you come together as a team -- it doesn't matter how you come together, it's why you come together. You come together to build that camaraderie, that gel. We have something special here and we have a little bit of momentum, so we want to make sure that we continue that and don't slack off."
After throwing out the first pitch at the Milwaukee Brewers' game against the New York Mets on Thursday, Super Bowl MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he planned on talking to veteran cornerback Charles Woodson on Friday to formulate some sort of workout plans. Presumably, that would take place around the team's ring ceremony on Thursday at Lambeau Field.
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The UW band greeted the players.
The band marches around Merrill Hills.
Larry Fitzgerald was one of the guests.
Tournament host Greg Jennings gets off the bus.
Josh Sitton mugs for the cameras.
Rookie cornerback Davon House.
Former Packers WR Ruvell Martin.
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