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Notebook: Short week adds to difficulty; Matthews adjusting to club; Flynn might work out for Packers

8:30 PM, Nov. 7, 2013
Green Bay Packers quarterback Seneca Wallace (9) stands next to head coach Mike McCarthy against the Chicago Bears during Monday night's game at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Seneca Wallace (9) stands next to head coach Mike McCarthy against the Chicago Bears during Monday night's game at Lambeau Field.
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The Packers have the added challenge this week of getting backup quarterback Seneca Wallace ready to play with only two days of real practice instead of the usual three.

Because the Packers played Monday night instead of Sunday, their Wednesday practice was a jog-through, not a full-speed session. So Thursday was Wallace's first real practice as their starter after Aaron Rodgers sustained a broken collarbone that will sideline him for several weeks.

Coach Mike McCarthy and his staff have tailored a game plan for Wallace against the Philadelphia Eagles, but Wallace will have limited ...

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