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Strong Interest in Wide Receiver

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This All-American receiver and electric kick returner is a strong possibility for the Packers to select with their third-round pick. Who is he? We have the story — and his made-for-the-big-screen story — in the latest Packer Report draft scoop.

The Green Bay Packers haven't invited Mardy Gilyard in for a predraft visit, but sources told Scout.com's Ed Thompson and Packer Report that the Packers are among a few teams who are doing extra homework on the 6-foot receiver from Cincinnati. Gilyard caught 87 passes for 1,191 yards and 11 touchdowns during an All-American senior season and was one of the best kick returners in NCAA history...

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