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Need To Know: Khaseem Greene

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The Packers have a bunch of inside linebackers, but that hasn't stopped the team from digging into this year's deep draft class. One of the headliners is Rutgers' Khaseem Greene, who potentially would be a major upgrade to the pass defense.

Led by A.J. Hawk and Desmond Bishop, the Green Bay Packers have six inside linebackers on their roster. Five of them have started. So why are the Packers taking such a keen interest in Rutgers' Khaseem Greene, who scouts consider a second-round prospect? Sure, Greene was incredibly productive. As a senior, he led the Scarlet Knights with six sacks, 12 tackles for losses, 136 tackles and a... Recommended Stories

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