Green Bay Packers: What We've Learned Through Week 1 of Training Camp

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Green Bay Packers: What We've Learned Through Week 1 of Training Camp
Morry Gash/Associated Press
A move back to nose tackle is exactly what B.J. Raji needed.

The first week of training camp is officially over for the Green Bay Packers. There are still many more weeks of camp left, but we've already learned quite a bit about the Packers through Week 1.

Most of the news coming out of Green Bay has been positive. Players like nose tackle B.J. Raji and safety Sean Richardson are having outstanding camps.

Unfortunately, there has also been bad news and poor performances. Rookie wide receiver Jared Abbrederis tore his ACL during camp; undrafted tight end Colt Lyerla has found himself on the bottom of the depth chart thanks to his struggles during camp.

Today we're going to take a look at both the positive and negative things that we've learned through Week 1 of the Packers' training camp.

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