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Perry: That Was Little Preview; More to Come

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First-round pick Nick Perry hadn't done much during the first week of training camp — due in part to frequent battles against Bryan Bulaga. Perry, however, had a productive Family Night, and the hope is his physical approach to the game will help turn around the Packers' defense.

When you're a 265-pound outside linebacker whose strength is playing physical snap after snap after snap, training camp isn't the best place to showcase your talents. Nick Perry, the Green Bay Packers' first-round draft choice, had been having a quiet camp until Friday's Family Night scrimmage, when he flashed some of his potential on a consistent basis for the first time. "There's still a lot...

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