Perhaps Packers guard T.J. Lang said it best when he tweeted: "Well nobody got shot today. #success" Considering the Packers had guns in their hands instead of helmets on their heads, that's a good thing. Coach Mike McCarthy decided to call off today's minicamp practice in favor of a private team function with no media access. That function turned out to be shooting clays, according to several players' Twitter accounts. The Packers have done this sort of thing in the past, but never before had guns been involved, unless you count paint ball guns. They also have played dodgeball, gone bowling and golfing for their team-building exercises in the past. Today's practice wasn't supposed to be open to the public, so fans didn't miss out on anything. As a bonus, tomorrow's minicamp finale will be open to fans. It originally was not open. It begins at 10:45 a.m. on Ray Nitschke Field.
Lang: Nobody got shot today
Nov. 6, 2013
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