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Young Receivers Will Be Held To High Standard

Young Receivers Will Be Held To High Standard

Some of the stars featured in Sports Illustrated's "The Perfect Pack" have left but the standards remain the same. Receivers coach Edgar Bennett isn't going to lower the bar, and he'll lean on Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson to show the young receivers the right way of doing things.

One by one, popular Green Bay Packers receivers are vanishing, like the McFly sibling photo in the movie "Back to the Future." First, it was all-time franchise leader Donald Driver, retiring after the 2012 season. Then it was Greg Jennings bolting to Minnesota via free agency. And this offseason, it was James Jones signing a deal with the Oakland Raiders. Counting Jermichael Finley, whose NFL...

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