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Show Me the Money: Big Talent at a Budget

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In Part 3 of a three-part series on the Packers' salary cap, we examine the team's biggest steals. Topping our list was Eddie Lacy, who ran circles around the veteran the team courted in free agency, Steven Jackson. Another steal was Jarrett Boykin, who emerged as a key player in the final 12 games.

The Green Bay Packers had 26 players with cap charges of at least $1 million in 2013, including six players of at least $6.5 million, 12 of at least $3 million and 17 of at least $2 million. With an increasingly large percentage of team salary caps tied up in a handful of players, finding top-shelf talent at bargain-basement prices is a necessity. In that light, here are the five players who...

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