As per profootballreference.com:
With Kevin Zeitler, the Cincinnati Bengals knew exactly what they were getting from the University of Wisconsin offensive lineman. Last year, Zeitler was the ninth rated offensive guard by profootballfocus.com.
He’s a player who has been somewhat durable, missing eight games in four seasons. He ranks positively in both run blocking and pass protection, so he’s really the complete package and a cog in the wheel of the Bengals’ success over the past couple of seasons.
The Packers, whose line was pretty well set at the time, especially at guard with Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang, drafted linebacker Nick Perry with their first round selection at number 28.
Perry, who is an unrestricted free agent this offseason, has played well when he’s been on the field. Injuries have hampered him and given the Packers cause for hesitation in throwing a huge free agent deal at him. The jury is still out on whether Green Bay brings him back for another couple of seasons or whether they let the first-round pick walk.
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