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Top-Secret Approach Centered on Seattle Noise

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The Packers are going behind closed doors every day to help them cope with the deafening din that awaits in Week 1 at Seattle. Whether it's canned crowd noise, signals known only to select members of the team or reading lips, the Packers are focused on surviving the Seahawks' raucous fans.

What’s going on behind closed doors when the Green Bay Packers’ offense works inside the Don Hutson Center to start every training camp practice is top-secret stuff, though definitely not hush-hush. So much so that part of the offense doesn’t even know the plan – a plan that revolves around, in part, surviving the deafening crowd noise at Seattle in Week 1. “We’ve obviously got 90 guys on the... Recommended Stories

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