The Packers breathed a sigh of relief for a couple of reasons today. First, defensive end Mike Neal did not suffer any serious damage when his knee got twisted during an individual drill on Tuesday. Mike McCarthy said no scan (MRI) was needed and his status to return to camp is day to day. A decision on whether he sits out Friday's game against Arizona hasn't been made but it's unlikely he will dress. The second reason for the sigh, at least from the players' perspective, Wednesday marked the last set of three straight, padded practices. McCarthy said it probably didn't look like it should, some sloppiness at times, but he's happy the team endured the mid-day heat for three consecutive workouts. The focus on camp early on was getting the team mentally up to speed because they weren't together at all during the lockout. A physical push was made this week and the team will throttle down with a light, 45 minute workout tomorrow in helmets only before playing the Cardinals at Lambeau Field. Two more injury notes, Anthony Levine suffered a concussion in Tuesday's head on crash with Patrick Lee in the secondary and defensive end Lawrence Guy had recurring symptoms from a concussion suffered last week so the team will have to shut him down for a while. As for the practice itself, Lee made an eye opening play during the team's red zone drill. Jordy Nelson literally faked a shoe right off Lee who was able to recover with one sock to make an interception of Aaron Rodgers. Free agent rookie receiver Tori Gurley continues to impress and disappoint on the same day. He had a bad end zone drop on a Matt Flynn post route but came back later to snare a high fade route in the end zone over Brandian Ross. Inconsistency like that won't help his cause.