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Camp Preview: Top Concern at DL

DE Cullen Jenkins (Joe Robbins/Getty)

The expected departure of defensive end Cullen Jenkins leaves a huge hole on the Packers' pass defense. Can Mike Neal pick up the slack? If not, can Clay Matthews and B.J. Raji handle the pass-rushing chores alone?

The NFL is all about passing the football. That means it's all about stopping the pass, and the best way to stop the pass is to put the opposing quarterback on his butt — or at least make him nervous about the possibility. Over the last three seasons, there was no interior pass rusher better in the entire NFL at doing just that than Green Bay Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins. Pro Football...

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