3 winners (and 2 losers) from first week of Packers training camp

Several Packers have made positive starts to Packers training camp, but others have struggled.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love / Wm. Glasheen/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
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Just like that, the Green Bay Packers are already a week into training camp. It has led to plenty of overreactions to the opening handful of practices this summer.

Players on the roster bubble can't guarantee their spot on the 53 in the first week of training camp, but they can go a long way to losing their chance.

While it's important not to overreact to either the good or bad from practice, there are notable takeaways that will directly impact the Packers' roster decisions at the end of the month. Who are the Packers' biggest winners and losers from week one of training camp?

Winner: Samori Toure

Packers coaches couldn't stop singing the praises of Samori Toure throughout the offseason, with passing game coordinator Jason Vrable saying that he looked "unbelievable."

Toure continues to build momentum into training camp. His roster spot was never in doubt, but his sustained success on the practice field could lead to playing on a greater percentage of the Packers' offensive snaps this fall.

His biggest victory at camp was a 33-yard reception from Jordan Love.

Toure described the pass from Love as "perfect," but his role was equally as important, using a double move to win against starting cornerback Rasul Douglas before making a tough catch.

Opportunities were few and far between for Toure as a rookie, but he made plays. His role should increase this season, and his fast start to training camp is encouraging.