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Justin Harrell's status at the bottom of the Packers' depth chart makes general manager Ted Thompson's selection a poor one, says PackerReport.com's Matt Tevsh.

If Justin Harrell had not been such a high draft pick, he might be fighting for a roster spot this week. His training camp has been unimpressive and the Packers are loaded with capable defensive lineman. So as certain as Harrell with have a spot on the team being a first-round draft choice, it seems even more certain that he will spend much of the year on the sideline. He is just not good enough...

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