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OTA, minicamp practice schedule announced

Apr. 29, 2013
 

The Green Bay Packers announced the remainder of their offseason schedule on Monday with five of the teamís offseason practices being open to the public, weather permitting.

It starts with the team's rookie orientation and tryout camp that runs May 10-12, but is closed to the public.

A little more than a week later, the Packers will start their voluntary organized team activities that run May 20-22, May 28-30 and June 11-14 while holding their mandatory minicamp June 4-6.

The open OTA practices are slated for three Tuesdays ó May 21, May 28 and June 11 ó and will begin at 11:30 a.m. CT. The two mandatory minicamp practices are scheduled for June 4 and 5 with a yet to be determined start time.

All practices will be held at Clarke Hinkle Field instead of Ray Nitschke Field because of field preparations for training camp with standing-room only seating only available along the Oneida Street side of Hinkle Field.

Players will report for training camp July 25 with the first practice on Friday, July 26.

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