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2013's Pain Becomes 2014's Gain

Bryan Bulaga (Jeff Hanisch/USA TODAY)

Green Bay's roster has received an influx of talent with eight players returning from stints on injured reserve last year.

The Green Bay Packers have added a lot of talent during the offseason. There were street free agents Julius Peppers and Letroy Guion to fortify the defense. There was a nine-person draft class led by first-round safety HaHa Clinton-Dix. Another 17 rookies were added in college free agency. That lengthy list of 28 players overshadows another big list: the 2013 injured reserve list. A whopping... Recommended Stories

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