(WNFL)- The Green Bay Packers' newest addition to its defensive line is training with the team from the get-go. Free-agent Julius Peppers from Chicago was among those showing up for the initial voluntary physical and team meetings, as the Packers' organized team activities got underway yesterday. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was also on hand -- as was second-stringer Matt Flynn who made his contract signing with the Packers official this week. Offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga showed up with a knee brace, as he gets over an ACL injury from last summer's Training Camp. Under the terms of the new collective bargaining agreement, only strength and conditioning work is allowed in the first two weeks of the OTA's. A number of players get contract bonuses if they fully take part in the off-season workouts.