3 standouts and 2 duds from Thursday's Packers training camp practice

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The Green Bay Packers were back at practice on Thursday, and it was another interesting day with plenty of takeaways.

Rookie wide receiver Dontayvion Wicks returned from injury, but tight end Josiah Deguara sat out due to a calf issue.

Overall, there weren't too many disappointing takeaways from the practice, but plenty of encouragement. Here are three standouts and two duds from Thursday's training camp practice.

Standout: Sean Rhyan

Is Sean Rhyan finally beginning to show why the Packers drafted him in the third round a year ago?

According to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Rhyan has gone 8-0 in one-on-one reps over the past two practices. It's a step in the right direction for Rhyan, who had the worst possible rookie season and made a slow start to training camp.

Aaron Nagler of Cheesehead TV was also impressed by Rhyan.

Offensive line depth is a concern for the Packers. If Rhyan can continue to show improvements, he can increase his chances of making the 53-man roster and securing a backup spot at guard and center.

It's encouraging to hear that Rhyan has put together back-to-back impressive practices. He is a player to watch when the Packers begin their preseason against the Cincinnati Bengals next week.