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Alongside starter Morgan Burnett, the second safety spot is more a matter of skill-set. With M.D. Jennings and Jerron McMillian, the Packers feel like they know what they have regardless of which player assumes the No. 1 spot on the depth chart.

One of the top training camp battles on defense for the Green Bay Packers might not be that much of a battle at all. At the safety spot alongside Morgan Burnett in the No. 1 defense, the status quo appears to be the winner after three weeks of practice and one preseason game. M.D. Jennings (third year) and Jerron McMillian (second year) are taking about equal snaps – just like they did last... Recommended Stories

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