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Corey Williams

Just because Justin Harrell was Green Bay's top pick in the NFL draft this year doesn't mean that he will be given a starting spot. PackerReport.com's Matt Tevsh explains why Corey Williams will make it difficult for the Packers to take him out of the lineup.

Packers' general manager Ted Thompson is hoping questions surrounding first-round draft pick Justin Harrell will be answered with time, but one relatively unlikely person may just have the biggest say in how Harrell's career in Green Bay unfolds. While Harrell will have to prove he can play, and head coach Mike McCarthy and other assistants will have to try to bring Harrell's potential to life...

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