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Fourth-round pick Mike Daniels made his mark at Iowa as a hard-charging, athletic defensive lineman. With those skills, he'll fit right in on a Packers defense that plays nickel most of the time.

At just 6-feet tall, Iowa's Mike Daniels wasn't the tallest defensive tackle available in the draft. And at just 291 pounds, he wasn't even close to being the biggest. "Story of my life," Daniels would say when asked about his perceived height and weight deficiencies. But speed? Yeah, he's got a little something to hang his helmet on in that category. The former Hawkeyes defensive captain said... Recommended Stories

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