Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Packers practice No. 15 news and notes… 1) Practice without Aaron Rodgers looked a lot like last Thursday's preseason game without Rodgers – ugly. With Rodgers still resting because of a sore back, LaFleur tried to ramp up the competition by moving team periods to earlier in practice. But it started badly. On the first play, he chewed out rookie running back Dexter Williams for a missed assignment. "It wasn't like a play call coming out of left field; it was something we had scripted," LaFleur said. "And when we get out there and we don't know what we're doing and we have a busted assignment, that's pretty irritating to me. It doesn't make sense to me." It was a particularly poor day for the offense. With DeShone Kizer, Tim Boyle and Manny Wilkins as the three quarterbacks, there were pre-snap penalties, dropped passes and turnovers. "It was pretty sloppy overall," LaFleur said. "That's why I said what I said in terms of if you miss somebody, the standards don't change."