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'Stronger' Harrell brings quiet confidence into training camp

7:56 PM, Jul. 1, 2013
Packers quarterback Graham Harrell works with quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo during a June 5 minicamp practice in The Don Hutson Center.
Packers quarterback Graham Harrell works with quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo during a June 5 minicamp practice in The Don Hutson Center.
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The demeanor doesn't command much attention. To teammates and coaches alike, Graham Harrell's unassuming personality and workmanlike approach to training is what defines the Green Bay Packers' backup quarterback.

Yet, three seasons into his tutelage, the 6-foot-2, 215-pound Harrell at times has been subject to criticism since supplanting Matt Flynn as Aaron Rodgers' backup.

At one point last season, Pro Football Weekly went as far as to categorize him as the worst backup quarterback in the league following a shaky start to the preseason and ignominious regular-season debut. ...

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