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Nelson (Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

Every day until the start of camp on July 26, we'll provide one juicy nugget to whet your appetite for the return of football. We'd give you more but the CBA forbids two-a-days. Sorry. Jordy Nelson had a chance for one of the most dominant receiving seasons in NFL history last year.

This might be information that Vann McElroy, the agent for Jordy Nelson, would want to use in negotiations with the Green Bay Packers. During the eight games that Aaron Rodgers started and finished, Nelson caught 49 passes for 810 yards and seven touchdowns. Put those numbers together over the course of 16 games, and you get 98 receptions for 1,620 yards and 14 touchdowns, with an average of 16....

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