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Justin Harrell

Harrell has long way to go conditioning-wise before he can make an impact

If the Family Night scrimmage is any indication, Justin Harrell is in for a long month of conditioning. Fortunately for the Packers' top pick of the recent NFL draft, Harrell has some time to get in better shape. The good news from Saturday night's scrimmage for Harrell is his surgically repaired biceps held up well and he had "no problems." Conditioning-wise, however, Harrell continued to show...

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