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Mulligan Adds Power as Run-Blocking Tight End

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Matthew Mulligan was devastated when he was surprisingly released by St. Louis. That disappointment turned into elation when he was signed by the Packers. Rather than catch passes, Mulligan relishes doing "the dirty work that nobody else wants" to do.

The Green Bay Packers typically handle free agency like a live grenade. One minor transaction, however, could provide major dividends. Big tight end Matthew Mulligan won't be pushing Jermichael Finley for playing time but he looks to be a major upgrade doing the rough-and-tumble work in the run game. "Obviously, we haven't had that body type at the position since Andrew (Quarless) was healthy...

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