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FILE - In this July 27, 2017 file photo, Green Bay Packers' Jordy Nelson catches a pass during NFL football training camp in Green Bay, Wis. A bye week allowed the Green Bay Packers to get some much-needed rest and just as importantly push the reset button on the season after two straight losses since quarterback Aaron Rodgers got hurt. What the Packers are concentrating on is getting more out of healthy players on both sides of the ball to try to stay in playoff contention regardless of whether or not Rodgers returns. A best-case scenario would be Week 15 against Carolina. For now, backup Brett Hundley will be under center indefinitely. “I don’t like when people come out and say everyone else has to do a little bit more, because if you can do a little bit now, why weren’t you doing that little bit more earlier?” receiver Nelson said. “So, everyone still has to just prepare the same, go out and play to the best of our ability and just believe in Brett.” (AP Photo/Morry Gash, File)

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FILE - In this July 27, 2017 file photo, Green Bay Packers' Jordy Nelson catches a pass during NFL football training camp in Green Bay, Wis. A bye week allowed the Green Bay Packers to get some much-needed rest and just as importantly push the reset button on the season after two straight losses since quarterback Aaron Rodgers got hurt. What the Packers are concentrating on is getting more out of healthy players on both sides of the ball to try to stay in playoff contention regardless of whether or not Rodgers returns. A best-case scenario would be Week 15 against Carolina. For now, backup Brett Hundley will be under center indefinitely. “I don’t like when people come out and say everyone else has to do a little bit more, because if you can do a little bit now, why weren’t you doing that little bit more earlier?” receiver Nelson said. “So, everyone still has to just prepare the same, go out and play to the best of our ability and just believe in Brett.” (AP Photo/Morry Gash, File)

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