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Packers to joint practice with Jets

Though Matt Lafleur’s good friend and on-field rival Robert Saleh moved to the AFC this season to be a head coach, they’ll still find a way to compete in practice next month. The New York Post reported on Friday that the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets will joint practice in Green Bay on August 18th and 19th. The practices will prelude the August 21st pre-season matchup between the two teams at Lambeau Field. 


It will be just the second time Green Bay has participated in such practices in 16 years. In 2019, the Packers did the same routine with the Houston Texans. The Packers were set to host Cleveland for joint practices and a game last year for training camp but those were never held amidst joint practices being cancelled. Previous to 2019, the Packers last did a joint training camp practice when they hosted the Bills in 2005, prior to Mike Sherman’s last season as the Packers head coach. 


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