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|Defense||15th||119.9 (23rd)||226.4 (10th)|
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"I’ll probably take it easy into camp right now," Hayward said. "I have a minor foot thing right now. We’ll probably take it easy into camp."
Hayward said the foot "flared up" on him earlier in the offseason. He finished with 42 tackles and three interceptions last season.
Nelson attended the OTA session, but did not participate aside from throwing the ball around a bit.
"Everything is going well," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "...We're just going to continue to progress ... I don't have any worries about anything that's of importance down the road."
Nelson did state that if the hip wasn't bothering him last year, he wouldn't have opted for surgery. "Just an opportunity to get some things cleaned up," he added.
The veteran is coming off his most productive season. He established career-highs in receptions (98) and yards (1,519).
"Clay Matthews is a great pass rusher. He's going to continue to play as many different positions as we can get out of him," McCarthy said. "We need to utilize him as much as we can. Talked to Clay a couple times early in off-season program and meetings he's been through. He's moving around."
Matthews spent a lot of time playing on the inside of the defense last season and in his exit interviews he said the coaching staff discussed keeping him at multiple spots.
Matthews recorded 61 tackles, 11 sacks and two forced fumbles for the Packers last season.
Peppers was sent home because of an apparent illness before practice started for the day.
Montgomery has been described by the team as Randall Cobb-type player, so expect the Pack to use him as a return specialist early on.
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