The Green Bay Packers are returning to full strength just in time for Sunday’s regular season opener against Seattle at Lambeau Field. Starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga was the only player on the Pack’s 53 man roster to sit out practice on Labor Day. And coach Mike McCarthy has not expressed concerns that the sprained ankle Bulaga suffered almost two weeks ago would keep him out of the Seahawks’ contest. Linebackers Clay Matthews and Nick Perry returned to practice along with safeties Ha Ha Clinton Dix and Kentrell Brice, offensive lineman Lucas Patrick, and defensive lineman Montravius Adams who could still miss a few weeks after having foot surgery during Training Camp. The Packers are now getting into their normal regular season mode with the traditional Tuesday off for players followed by practices Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday.