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The Packer Report: Following the Trends

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Who is trending upward and who is trending downward? We have the answers you need to know after the offense bounced back with a strong performance on Thursday night.

Packer Report follows the training camp trends in this daily feature. Trending upward — The offense rebounded in a big way after Tuesday night's fight-filled affair. During an 11-on-11 blitz period, Aaron Rodgers completed 4-of-5 passes. On Rodgers' second completion, to Jermichael Finley, DeShawn Wynn picked up blitzing linebacker Brandon Chillar at the last minute. Later, Ryan Grant... Recommended Stories

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