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Draft preview: Safety analysis

S William Moore (L.G. Patterson/AP)

Even with Nick Collins and Atari Bigby returning and the addition of Antonio Smith from the Steelers, the Packers might want to add depth in looking ahead to 2010.

Editor's note: This is Part 9 of our 14-part position-by-position breakdown heading to the April 25-26 NFL Draft. We continue with the safeties. The prospects are listed in order based on analysis by Scout.com draft expert Chris Steuber and Packer Report, with the comments that follow them based on the beliefs of league experts and insiders. The Packers' perspective: With Nick Collins...

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