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Four-Point Stance: Practice No. 3 of Camp

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We take our daily look at training camp, leading off with top pick Datone Jones' impressive performance during the first one-on-one pass-rushing drill of the summer. Plus, Jamari Lattimore, David Bakhtiari and Clay Matthews had some eye-opening moments.

Here is a look back at the highlights of Practice No. 3 of the Green Bay Packers' 2013 training camp. Big day It was a day for the defense with the pads cracking for the first time on Sunday. Inside linebacker Jamari Lattimore set the tone and defensive end Datone Jones showed why he was the first-round pick. During the first 11-on-11 period of the day, Lattimore hit Jermichael Finley and...

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