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Former Track Star Turns Into Top Receiver

Greg M. Cooper - USA Today Sports

Given the team's uncertainty at wide receiver and kick returner, the Packers probably will add to their receiver corps in this draft. The Packers had a Scouting Combine interview with this receiver who's been working with a former Green Bay star.

Regardless of the future of Greg Jennings, the Green Bay Packers enter this draft with a need at wide receiver. One of the receivers on the Packers' radar for this draft is Virginia Tech's Corey Fuller, who had an interview with the team at this week's Scouting Combine, he told Packer Report. Fuller had the ultimate breakout this season. Entering his senior year, he had just two catches for 1...

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