(WNFL)- Practice was scheduled to resume at noon for the Green Bay Packers. It's the second of three sessions open to fans this week. The team will not practice on Thursday. A closed workout is set for Friday, before the Packers play their first exhibition game on Saturday night at Tennessee. Coach Mike McCarthy expects to see a more experienced group of quarterbacks than he did in last year's pre-season -- when back-ups Vince Young, Graham Harrell, and BJ Coleman led just two touchdown drives in their four exhibitions, and were cut after that. This year, backup Matt Flynn is sailing through his fifth camp at Green Bay -- and McCarthy says ex-Badger Scott Tolzien is playing "quicker" and has improved his footwork and delivery at camp. Those QB's, along with Aaron Rodgers, have been getting lots of work at camp -- as well as fourth-stringer Chase Rettig from Boston College.
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