3 standouts and 2 duds from Packers training camp practice on Tuesday

The Packers held their second-to-last public training camp practice on Tuesday. What did we learn?
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Standout: Anthony Johnson Jr.

With all the Packers' uncertainty at safety, rookie Anthony Johnson Jr. is quietly improving his chances of making the 53-man roster, and he impressed again on Tuesday.

"Anthony Johnson Jr., I thought, had a really nice day," said Andy Herman. "He was part of three different pass breakups on the day. I think he would have had an interception on one had the corner not also been there and just kind of batted it down."

Johnson is unlikely to enter the conversation for a starting job anytime soon, but if he can contribute regularly on special teams, a roster spot should be his. Johnson needs some time to develop, but the signs are there that he can become a very good player.

Dud: Josh Myers

Another practice, another botched snap from Josh Myers. This one wasn't necessarily on him, but the Packers have had far too many fumbles from the snap, and Myers has been the center for many of them.

It has been a continuous problem throughout camp, and there are no signs of it ending ahead of the regular season. That's a concern. Myers snapped the ball over Jordan Love's head in the preseason loss to the New England Patriots last week.

Mistakes like this in the regular season could cost the Packers games.

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