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Why Jordy Nelson? Here's why

Jordy Nelson

Many Packers fans are still scratching their heads over general manager Ted Thompson's decision to select wide receiver Jordy Nelson in last weekend's NFL draft. Packer Report's Todd Korth offers his take on why Thompson took Nelson with the team's first overall pick.

Green Bay's decision to select wide receiver Jordy Nelson in last weekend's NFL draft was surprising to say the least. Upon further review, however, general manager Ted Thompson's decision to snag Nelson with the 36th overall pick makes more sense. Why? Here are a few reasons: 1. James Jones and Koren Robinson. Both are decent receivers but both are not future starters. While Jones had a good... Recommended Stories

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