GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Several of Packers are keeping in shape elsewhere, despite a labor dispute keeping them from starting the team's offseason workout program in Green Bay.
Labor talks broke down about a month ago between players and the National Football Players owners, who imposed the lockout.
Cornerback Tramon Williams tells the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that he's been staying in Houston and spending more time with his wife and 6-month-old son.
Running back Ryan Grant has been working out in New Jersey and plans to spend time in Florida to work out with some acquaintances, including teammate Nick Collins.
He says he's been able to spend more time with family.
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