Aaron Rodgers victimized Charles Woodson twice on long TD passes, one each to Donald Driver and James Jones.
However, Woodson managed to get a pick off of Rodgers, but the receiver supposedly ran the wrong route.
Brad Jones went out early with a lower back injury and did not return. He took a helmet to the lower back, nothing serious and should be back tomorrow. Brady Poppinga replaced him and took his reps.
B.J. Raji had some nice bull rushes versus Josh Sitton and Scott Wells.
Ryan Grant had a solid practice, with the exception of a fumble in which he recovered.
Jermichael Finley looked great, he caught anything throw in his vicinity. I'm telling you, this man is going to be regarded as one of the best tight ends in the league after next season. Twice he broke Derrick Martin's ankles for easy receptions.
Aaron Rodgers starts off slow by hanging onto the ball too long, but later on threw the ball away when pressured. Last season he had days where he wasn't that accurate in camp but that did not carry onto the field.
Greg Jennings dropped a couple bullet passes from Rodgers. It may take a while to get used to Rodgers' cannon arm after a long off season.
Desmond Bishop is playing great so far, hopefully he can do it during the regular season this year.
Matt Flynn looked horrible today, had major accuracy problems.
Brandon Chillar got a look at OLB and looked pretty natural. He also returned an interception for a touchdown off of a deflected ball.
First pass of the day was thrown into the stands, Rodgers getting rid of it after being rushed out of the pocket. With each day, Rodgers is showing how much better he is at making reads versus a blitzing defense.
Rodgers went 5 for 8 in the redzone with 3 TD's, a dropped pass by Brett Swain, and throwaway.
Jordy Nelson made some great catches today in tight coverage.
Chad Clifton looks like his old self while he handles Cullen Jenkins in a 1 on 1 rep.
Pat Lee broke up a couple of plays, including a TD pass intended for Donald Driver.
The defense also won both two-minute drills.