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Looking Back/Ahead: Tight End

Finley (Wesley Hitt - Getty Images)

We review 2013 with our good, bad, surprise and grade, plus take a look at what's ahead in 2014. The loss of Jermichael Finley can't be overstated, as his impact in the passing game and running game — yes, the running game — demonstrate. Tight end will be a major position of need in the draft.

In Part 3 of our season-ending review of the Green Bay Packers, we look back and ahead at tight end. DEPTH CHART: 2013 Andrew Quarless, Ryan Taylor and Jake Stoneburner. (Jermichael Finley and Brandon Bostick on injured reserve.) UNDER CONTRACT: 2014 Bostick, Stoneburner, Taylor. 2013 REVIEW The grade: C. Finley was well on his way to a monster season, even after missing most of the...

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