There was no need to go all out, not with two full months until training camp. But in this, the first week of organized team activities, the Green Bay Packers were ready to let WR Jared Abbrederis participate in individual work and some returning drills.
And they liked what they saw.
"I feel good, so far. I've just been a little cautious I think in OTAs," Abbrederis said. "But hopefully I will get some more reps going forward."
Abbrederis approaches his second year in the NFL with the hope that his injuries are fully behind him. In the first week of training camp last season he suffered what he hoped was a mild knee injury, but it was a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
The rookie from Wisconsin landed on injured reserve and lost the entire 2014 season.