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While his opportunities have been limited in practice he has flashed his talent enough to show he’s more than just a camp arm.
Packers coach Matt LaFleur still felt his team got some good work in during the 102-minute practice. And more importantly, his guys got to play in front of the largest crowd (34,835) they’ve seen since their 2019 NFC divisional playoff victory over Seattle.
Funchess, who publicly apologized early Sunday morning via social media, met with Brian Gutekunst in the aftermath of the remark and the GM said Sunday that the team does not plan to release Funchess “at the moment” while also condemning what Funchess said.