By BOB McGINN
It was an appealing Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field when three youngsters on defense made their first starts, one veteran on defense played substantially for the first time and three rookies debuted as significant contributors on special teams.
Kevin King, Josh James and Marwin Evans all started in a revamped secondary. Ahmad Brooks also started, and Atlanta refugee Chris Odom got his feet wet from scrimmage, too.
On special teams, running backs Devante Mays and Jamaal Williams along with cornerback Lenzy Pipkins combined to play 36 snaps.
Most of the fresh faces were on th...
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