Tight End Measurables
History does not determine the future, though it can serve as a handy guide. Packer Report is examining the Green Bay Packers' draft history to get a better handle at the prospects who they might be considering in next month's draft. We skimmed the surface with the cornerbacks, focusing on general manager Ted Thompson's mere 1-inch deviation among his draft picks. Now, we are going into greater depth with key measurables at each position. The measurables we're using are based in large part on FootballEducator.com's "Attribute Success Correlation". The Web site was created by former Denver Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist. Research done by Sundquist's colleague, Joe Landers, has uncovered what Scouting Combine-style measurables are most and least important. We started with the defensive line and continued with the safeties. Now, we hit on some surprising facts about the tight ends. General manager Ted Thompson has drafted just five tight ends in his nine...
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