The Green Bay Packers resume their Organized Team Activities this week. Nearly the entire team is expected to be in Green Bay again, as most of the players have made their way into town over the weekend for the second wave of practices. The team should get its first look at reinstated defensive lineman Johnny Jolly following his completion of a drug rehabilitation program last week.
The first practice of the week will take place at 11:30 AM Central time today, and it was originally scheduled to be open to the public. However, the practice that was supposed to be held outside at Clark Hinkle Field has been moved inside the Don Hutson Center due to inclement weather:
Today's #Packers organized team activities (OTAs), originally scheduled to be open to the public, have been moved indoors (rain).— Green Bay Packers (@packers) May 28, 2013
There has been no announcement as yet about whether the team will open up another practice this week to the public. Though visitors cannot watch today's practice, the media will still be in attendance; therefore, we will have the practice notebook up this afternoon.