Going into their third preseason game, the Green Bay Packers' defensive backfield is anything but settled.
This much the Packers know: Morgan Burnett will start at one safety spot and Charles Woodson will play alongside him, at least when the base defense is on the field. Tramon Williams is their top perimeter cornerback.
Beyond that, jobs are up for grabs headed into Thursday night's game in Cincinnati.
''I would say it's even,'' Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday. ''I think the way we distribute reps Thursday will probably reflect that. And once again, it's really the same answer whether you're talking about the corners, the safeties, a number of different positions. It's important for us to try to play those guys as much as we can to make sure they have a full opportunity to make our team or to compete for positions.''
While Williams is set at one outside cornerback spot for the Packers (No. 1 in the AP Pro32), it's not clear who will win the other job.
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