Packers fall to Seahawks, 17-10, on Friday

Published 08/23 2013 10:42PM

Updated 08/23 2013 11:41PM

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It wasn't a typical "dress rehersal" in game three of the preseason for the Green Bay Packers on Friday night. 

Mike McCarthy said he needed more film to evaluate players in this contest, and he wasn't kidding.

Aaron Rodgers only played one series in a 17-10 loss for the green and gold.

All four quarterbacks saw playing time once again.  Graham Harrell played the rest of the first half with the rest of the number one offense, but was only 6-13 for 49 yards.  Vince Young started the second half and completed 6-7 passes for 41 yards and a touchdown.  Young also led the Packers with 33 yards rushing.

Former Wisconsin Badger Russell Wilson played into the third quarter, completing 11-17 for 126 yards, while throwing two interceptions.  Casey Hayward had the first pick for the Packers, but left the game with a hamstring issue. 

DuJuan Harris also saw his first game action of the preseason, but he was forced to leave the contest with an issue with the same knee which held him out of most of training camp.

Green Bay will begin it's final week of camp with a practice on Sunday.  The Packers will travel to Kansas City on Thursday in the preseason finale.

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