Fans young and old, from near and far away, turned out Sunday morning to catch their favorite Packers in action on Day 2 of training camp in the practice field near Lambeau.

Some came for the autographs, some to have players ride their bikes to and from the practice field, and others came just to watch.

Kiersten Kemp, 8, came all the way from Muskegon, Mich., in hopes of getting one of the Packers players to ride her bike back to the locker room after practice. Kiersten missed out on getting her favorite player, Corey Lindsley, to ride the bike to practice, but he'd done it Saturday.

"He's nice," she said.

T.J. Delaney, 12, of Appleton wasn't quite sure who he'd gotten to ride his bike.

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"I can't know his first name but it's .... Dennard! Number 35," T.J. said, referring to cornerback Antonio Dennard. "The goodies like Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, they go in a car, so I knew I wasn't gonna get them. I was hoping for Randall Cobb or Eddie Lacy yesterday but Dennard took mine yesterday, so I stuck with him."

Adults were equally excited to see their favorites in action.

"Watching Aaron Rodgers is obviously always amazing," said A.J. Parker of Rochelle, Ill., who comes for training camp every year.

"It's unbelievable the talent he brings to the field. I also am enjoying the opportunity to come down and watch the defense a little bit, really want to make sure we're filling those holes from last year, pretty excited seeing some of our draft choices looking pretty sharp out there."

Staff members said Saturday's turnout was heavier, with people six-deep at the chain-link fence surrounding the practice field.

Sunday's crowd was about three-deep at the fence. The event got underway about 10 minutes early, because of forecast of rain, but skies remained clear and temperatures in the upper 70s for the session that lasted a little over two hours.

— psrubas@pressgazettemedia.com and follow him on Twitter @PGpaulsrubas.

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