2017 Packers Who Need a Comeback Season

While 2016 was a great year for guys like Nick Perry, Jordy Nelson, and Davante Adams, it wasn’t the greatest for some other guys on the Packers roster. But 2016 is now in the past, and 2017 is upon us. With the rookies in minicamp, there are five guys who need major bounceback seasons in […]

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BREAKING – Packers draft Malachi Dupre, WR. LSU 247th Overall

Analysis (Andrew Mertig): Dupri has good size (6’2″ 196lbs) and good measurables (4.52 40 yard dash and 39.5 inch vertical). He can play all the receiver positions, which is required in Green Bay. He plays deep balls well, and can make adjustments to poorly thrown balls. Dupri may have slid in the draft due to poor […]

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BREAKING – Packers Draft Devante Mays, RB. Utah State 238th Overall

Analysis (Andrew Mertig): Mays is built like a truck at 5’11” 230lbs. He is a hard-nosed runner who finishes with his pads moving forward and defenders being dragged backwards. He demonstrates patience in finding the hole, and has decent speed to get to the edge when needed. Will be a force at the goal line. A […]

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BREAKING – Packers Draft Kofi Amichia, T. South Florida 212th Overall

Analysis (Andrew Mertig): Amichia is a big (6’3″ 304lbs), athletic player who played Left Tackle for the University of South Florida. He will likely kick in to Guard as a professional, but the Packers prefer players who have experience at Tackle and can be position flexible. The Packers hosted Amichia on a pre-draft visit and really […]

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BREAKING – Packers Draft Aaron Jones, RB. UTEP 182nd Overall

Analysis (Andrew Mertig): Jones possesses a compact frame (5’9″ 208lbs), but runs physically between the tackles. On tape you will see him finishing runs through defenders and fighting for the extra yards. He has good burst to get through holes and good long speed. It is rare to see him get caught by defenders from behind. […]

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BREAKING – Packers Draft DeAngelo Yancey, WR. Purdue 175th Overall

Analysis (Andrew Mertig): Yancey possesses good size for a NFL receiver (6’2″ 201lbs). He has the ability to high point the ball on deep passes, and the strength to catch balls over the middle of the field. He averaged 19.4 yards per touch in his senior season, so he was able to create big plays. He […]

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