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Budget Busters and Bargains: No. 2 on Lists

LB Clay Matthews (Kirby Lee/USP)

In Part 5, Clay Matthews has been a steal because of his superlative play at a modest price. On the other hand, the team's six other outside linebackers got paid chump change — and played to about that level.

Where did the Green Bay Packers get the most bang from their buck this past season? And where did the contributions fall short of the cash? Packer Report shows you the money in Part 5 of this six-part series. No. 2 Bargain: Clay Matthews Fact or fiction: Before the new collective bargaining agreement, first-round draft picks received too much money. That, for the most part, would be fiction...

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