With Thursday’s Week 1 victory over the Chicago Bears under the belt, the Green Bay Packers returned to the practice field on Monday.
“It’s a quick day,” coach Matt LaFleur said of a day that started with meetings before a short practice, weights and a film review of practice.
The Packers emerged from their season-opening win no worse for the wear. Only linebacker Oren Burks (pectoral) and receiver Darrius Shepherd (hamstring) did not practice; as was the case last week, cornerback Ka’Dar Hollman (neck) was limited to noncontract drills.
“We came out of the game healthy, too, which was a bonus, obviously. It was just a quick, crisp practice out there,” LaFleur said.
In the video above is some action from the practice field.
After the usual off-day on Tuesday, the Packers will settle into the usual Wednesday-Thursday-Friday practice format. The Packers will play the Minnesota Vikings at noon Sunday at Lambeau Field. It's the first of five home games in a six-game stretch.