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Combine: Three Things Pack Learned on Offense

WR Torrey Smith (Darron Cummings/AP)

The Packers have needs at wide receiver, quarterback and offensive line as they plan for the 2011 draft. The biggest need is at receiver - and if that player can return kicks, that would be a major bonus.

XXXXXX (XXX XXXX/Getty) 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 his preparations for the NFL Draft. With the Scouting Combine concluding on Tuesday, here are three things on the offensive side of the ball that Thompson probably has a better feel of... Recommended Stories

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