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Green Bay Packers: A variety of mocks to consider
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Even with Perry back, Packers thin at linebacker | Jason Wilde of ESPN
Nick Perry’s re-signing adds depth at outside linebacker, but there’s still work to be done as the position is thin. With Julius Peppers’ career coming towards an end, the Packers will want to add younger talent.
Scott Tolzien signs with Colts | Tom Silverstein of JSOnline.com
Scott Tolzien is headed for Indianapolis and is swapping Aaron Rodgers for Andrew Luck. Tolzien deserves his new deal — he has a great attitude, a strong work ethic and has developed his skills. Good luck, Tolzien.
Brett Hundley has ‘bright future’ as Packers’ backup | Ryan Wood of Packersnews.com
Will Tolzien signing with the Indianapolis Colts, the Packers’ backup position belongs to Brett Hundley. Hundley has a bright future as the Green Bay backup after impressing in preseason.
Green Bay Packers mock draft 2.0 | The Packerholic
I completed my latest seven-round Packers mock draft over at The Packerholic. Adding some key pieces on defense was important early on.
Packers receive two compensatory picks in fourth round | Rob Demovsky of ESPN
This is a key part in the process for general manager Ted Thompson. After losing cornerbacks Tramon Williams and Davon House in free agency a year ago, the Packers have been awarded with two compensatory draft picks in the fourth round. Thompson has used these extra picks in the past to select the likes of Mike Daniels, Josh Sitton and Richard Rodgers. They can be extremely valuable and gives the Packers flexibility in the draft.
Noah Spence could be worth risk for Packers | Ryan Wood of Packersnews.com
Drafting players with off-the-field issues is a risky business to get into, and not one the Packers tend to take part in. Noah Spence would be a surefire top-ten pick if not for all the red flags with his character. If he drops to No. 27, is he worth the risk?
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