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Combine: Three Things Pack Learned on Defense

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The Packers have needs at cornerback, outside linebacker and defensive end. The Scouting Combine helped clear up some things about the top players at those positions.

INDIANAPOLIS – With his weekends occupied by playoff games rather than scouting trips and film sessions, Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson said he and his staff were behind in their preparations for the NFL Draft. With the Scouting Combine continuing with defensive players working out on Monday and Tuesday and more opportunities to interview those players, here are three things on...

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