By Marty Kauffman
The Green Bay Packers held their first public practice since Thursday night’s preseason win over the Tennessee Titans.
Here are some notes and observations from Sunday’s practice:
The Packers returned nine injured players to practice on Sunday, but the extent of their action on the field was very limited. Wide receiver Randall Cobb and tight end Jimmy Graham saw the most snaps out of the nine players, playing with the No. 1 offense in the 11-on-11 drills, while offensive tackles Bryan Bulaga and David Bakhtiari both had a few reps, but not many.
Cornerbacks Kevin King and Jaire Alexander participated in position and special teams drills but did not have any reps in 11-on-11 drills.
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Sunday’s practice was a very quiet affair when it came to standout plays, but the final few snaps produced the highlight plays of the day. Quarterback Tim Boyle threw a deep ball down the sideline that wide receiver Jake Kumerow caught one-handed while being interfered with as he went to the ground. The other big play of the day came on a deep pass down the left sideline from DeShone Kizer to Davante Adams, almost identical to the 48-yard pass and catch from Brett Hundley to Adams. Kizer also threw a nice ball up the seam to wide receiver Kyle...