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Defense is the focus for Wes Hodkiewicz and Ryan Wood in analyzing the 2015 Packers for this week's organized team activities. (May 26, 2015)

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The Green Bay Packers will be missing two of their draft picks when they open their first practice of organized team activities to the public on Thursday.

Quarterback Brett Hundley and receiver/returner Ty Montgomery are participating in the NFLPA's 21st annual NFLPA Rookie Premiere. The event runs Thursday through Sunday in Los Angeles and is intended to inform rookies of the business of professional football.

The Packers begin the third and final phase of their offseason program on Wednesday, meaning the two rookies will miss a portion of voluntary OTAs, which run the next three weeks. The Packers have dealt with this before, including last year, when receiver Davante Adams and defensive lineman Khyri Thornton participated.

The Packers are scheduled to conduct their first open practice at 11:30 a.m. Thursday (weather permitting) with additional sessions at the same time on Tuesday, June 2, and Thursday, June 10.

Although OTAs are voluntary, the Packers have enjoyed a good turnout in recent years. They have 88 of the 89 players on their offseason roster under contract. First-round pick Damarious Randall remains unsigned, but can participate if he signs a waiver.

The Packers wasted little time agreeing to terms with second-round pick Quinten Rollins, who signed a four-year, $3,742,566 million contract on May 11. The deal included $1,251,864 in guaranteed money ($981,864 signing bonus, $270,000 of his 2016 base salary).

Rollins and the third-round pick Montgomery were the only players to receive slightly more than the rookie minimum in their base salaries. Rollins will receive $510,702 over the minimum if he plays out the entire rookie contract, according to a league source with access to the NFLPA salary database.

Montgomery will receive $26,250 more in total compensation, according to ESPN.com.

Here is a look at the contracts the Packers have agreed to with their 2015 draft class:

Second-round pick (62nd overall)

CB Quinten Rollins

Details: Four years, $3,742,566

Signing bonus: $981,864

2015 cap number: $680,466 ($435,000 base)

2016 cap number: $850,583 ($605,117 base with $270,000 guaranteed)

2017 cap number: $1,020,700 ($775,234 base)

2018 cap number: $1,190,817 ($945,351 base)

Third-round pick (94th overall)

WR Ty Montgomery (per ESPN.com)

Details: four years, $2,948,794

Signing bonus: $606,544 (only guaranteed)

2015 cap number: $586,636 ($435,000 base with split language)

2016 cap number: $681,386 ($529,750 base)

2017 cap number: $776,636 ($625,000 base)

2018 cap number: $868,136 ($716,500 base)

Fourth-round pick (129th overall)

LB Jake Ryan

Details: Four years, $2,736,676

Signing bonus: $456,676 (only guaranteed)

2015 cap number: $549,169 ($435,000 base with split language)

2016 cap number: $639,169 ($525,000 base with split language)

2017 cap number: $729,169 ($615,000 base)

2018 cap number: $819,169 ($705,000 base)

Fifth-round pick (147th overall)

QB Brett Hundley

Details: Four years, $2,503,632

Signing bonus: $223,632 (only guaranteed)

2015 cap number: $490,908 ($435,000 base with split language)

2016 cap number: $580,908 ($525,000 base with split language)

2017 cap number: $670,908 ($615,000 base)

2018 cap number: $760,908 ($705,000 base)

Sixth-round pick (206th overall)

FB Aaron Ripkowski

Details: Four years, $2,386,396

Signing bonus: $106,396 (only guaranteed)

2015 cap number: $461,599 ($435,000 base with split language)

2016 cap number: $551,599 ($525,000 base with split language)

2017 cap number: $641,599 ($615,000 base)

2018 cap number: $731,599 ($705,000 base)

Sixth-round pick (210th overall)

DE Christian Ringo

Details: Four years, $2,370,484

Signing bonus: $90,484

2015 cap number: $457,621 ($435,000 base with split language)

2016 cap number: $547,621 ($525,000 base with split language)

2017 cap number: $637,621 ($615,000 base)

2018 cap number: $727,621 ($705,000 base)

Sixth-round pick (213th overall)

TE Kennard Backman

Details: Four years, $2,370,484

Signing bonus: $90,484

2015 cap number: $457,621 ($435,000 base with split language)

2016 cap number: $547,621 ($525,000 base with split language)

2017 cap number: $637,621 ($615,000 base)

2018 cap number: $727,621 ($705,000 base)

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