Anyone who has made it to Ray Nitschke Field to watch a Green Bay Packers practice over the past four or five years may have wondered why a trip there this summer has seemed so different.

The stands are the same. The field is the same. That blasted horn signifying a new practice period still goes off a dozen times.

If you paid really close attention, however, you might have noticed that Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb, Mike Daniels, David Bakhtiari, Corey Linsley, Morgan Burnett, Davante Adams, Aaron Ripkowski, Kenny Clark, Martellus Bennett, Lance Kendricks and many more have been in attendance.

Every single day.

With training camp officially over after the exhibition finale against the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday night, the final numbers are in and this will wind up being the least injury-marred camp coach Mike McCarthy has held since the 2014 season, a year in which the team went 12-4 and lost to Seattle in the NFC Championship game.

Not once did McCarthy have to alter his practice schedule or take off the pads because he didn’t have enough healthy players to remain on course. Unlike in previous years, injuries didn’t wipe out a single position and make the coaches scramble to fill the vacancies.