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Swain has new strength, attitude

WR Brett Swain (Greg Trott/Getty)

The second-year receiver is stronger and more confident following a year of learning on the practice squad. He's battling Ruvell Martin to be the fifth receiver but has to beat out some young guns aiming for his spot in Green Bay.

The Packers have four new wide receivers in the mix for a roster spot. Five, if you count Brett Swain. Swain, of course, isn't new, in the literal sense. He was a seventh-round draft pick last year who spent the entire season on the practice squad. But Swain is new in a physical sense. Swain arrived in Green Bay as an unimposing 6 foot and 194 pounds. He's a couple pounds heavier now, but... Recommended Stories

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