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Morning roundup: No-huddle's role grows with Saturday signing

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The Packers returned to practice Sunday after two days off following the Packers' second preseason game Thursday night against Cleveland. In the game against the Browns, the Packers' starters ran a no-huddle offense for their only three series in the game, and they signed Jeff Saturday in the offseason because of his inexperience in the no-huddle, which they appear ready to expand this  year. Rob Demovsky reports that the open jobs in the Packers' secondary don't appear any closer to being resolved than when camp started. Demovsky's practice insider says first-round pick Nick Perry had one of his best day's of training camp on Sunday. Wes Hodkiewicz's  notebook reports that receiver Greg Jennings  had symptoms of a concussion before the Family Night scrimmage two weeks ago.

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