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Safety Sean Richardson was the first player to make an interception in training camp, per Vic Ketchman of the team's official website, after the entire safety group didn't produce a single interception in 2013. He snatched the ball over the middle on a Rodgers pass intended for Nelson during a blitz period, per ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky, and he further proved why he earned playing time late last season after returning from a neck injury.
Most of the headlines out of camp have been about Hyde and Clinton-Dix battling for the starting free safety spot opposite Morgan Burnett, but because the Packers run defensive sub-packages so often, Burnett, Hyde, Clinton-Dix and Richardson, who are all projected to make the 53-man roster, per Demovsky (while Chris Banjo may not), will see their fair share of snaps in 2014.
Richardson is one of the few Packers to sustain a neck injury and be cleared to return to play, unlike Nick Collins, Johnathan Franklin, Tony Palmer, Terrence Murphy, Sterling Sharpe, and Jermichael Finley (to date), among others.
To stand out in the games he played late in the 2013 season and to be making impressive plays in camp is a testament to his drive and dedication to be a productive member of Green Bay's secondary.