Ted will have a target list of five or so players that will be no-brainer automatic pull-the-trigger choices (on his player board) if they are there at #23. While only Ted and the Packers’ inner circle know who those players are, I’m going to take a stab at it. Here are my 5 target players for the Packers at pick #23:
This is the third in my series of articles examining potential draft strategies for the Green Bay Packers. I’ve previously identified the Packers five primary needs positions to be OT, CB, OLB, RB and S. In Article 1, I proposed the Packers resign their own free agents, sign one free agent from another team to […]
For all you Packer fans that spent the weekend glued to NFL Network (myself included), getting all worked up about who just ran the fastest 40 or bench-pressed the most reps; evidently, we could have been doing something more important…
However, with often-injured unrestricted free agent Chad Clifton on a downward career slope, the all-important left tackle position must be addressed NOW. With any luck, the Packers will be able to bring Clifton back for at least one more year and draft a potential LT of the future.
The question is, will they be able to get that player at pick No. 23 in the first round and should they even try? Stay with me, I’ll explain what I mean
As the 2010 NFL combine approaches, rabid fans of the NFL will we reading, listening and looking for details about their favorite prospects for their favorite teams.