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Packers photos from Combines past

Posted by Duke Bobber on February 22, 2012 – 4:11 pm

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers, D1-2005 (#24 overall)

Packers.com is heading to the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis on Thursday. Vic Ketchman will cover the event with interviews and analysis, and Packers.com will provide video coverage on location. Take a look back at some current Packers players from their days as college prospects at the annual invitation-only event.

A.J. Hawk

A.J. Hawk, D1-2006 (#5 overall)

Jermichael Finley

Jermichael Finley, D3-2008 (#91 overall)

B.J. Raji

B.J. Raji, D1a-2009 (#9 overall)

Clay Matthews

Clay Matthews, D1b-2009 (#26 overall)

Bryan Bulaga

Bryan Bulaga, D1-2010 (#23 overall)

Randall Cobb

Randall Cobb, D2-2011 (#64 overall)


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7 Responses to “Packers photos from Combines past”

  1. By Jack on Feb 22, 2012 | Reply

    David Brockers if the Packer can get him then they can say they have had a great draft. They need that stud DE to give every OC in the NFL a nightmare to game plan.

  2. By Cali on Feb 23, 2012 | Reply

    Read Finley signed two year, $15 million contract extension with the Pack. Just hope he can hold on to the ball when it really matters, or you just wasted a whole lotta money on some butterfingers. Good TE. don’t get me wrong, but not really the year I was expecting from him. Hope it pays off. GO PACK GO!!

  3. By jamie on Feb 23, 2012 | Reply

    No dis respect to greenbay but them spending 15 million for a guy who dropps balls like water is jus dumb. We could have found a better TE that could actually be consistant with catching the ball. I was very disappointed in his performance last year. But hopefully with some coaching and practice he can get to where he needs to be. GO PACK GO!!!!

  4. By Cali on Feb 23, 2012 | Reply

    Jamie, no one can be coached to catch a ball. That part of someones’ games should be PERFECTED by the time they reach the NFL. Games are either won or lost by the fact you can catch the ball in critical situations. Nobody can be taught this. You should know how to catch a ball when you’re in pee wee league. Three of the dropped passes made by the Pack where the reason the Pack lost to the giants. Those three would have been easy touchdowns. We lost by 17. Those three missed opportunities would have put 21 on the board and we WOULD have won by 4. I hope TT knows what he’s doin’. $15 million is a lot of money to spend on more blown opportunities.

  5. By Polish Prophet on Feb 25, 2012 | Reply

    Look at the focus and determination on Clay’s face.

  6. By Cali on Feb 25, 2012 | Reply

    I was really surprised that Clay wasn’t really a factor this last season. Didn’t really hear his name or number called that much during games. I know teams doubled him so that was part of the reason, but I think he coulda been more of a presense. Oh well, there’s always next season, right?? GO PACK GO!!

  7. By RomeFlood on Feb 28, 2012 | Reply

    The inability to get to the QB was the biggest weakness for the Pack last year, Cullen Jenkins played at or near Pro Bowl level the year before, I think quality DE is the most pressing need, BJ played considerably more snaps than the previous season, which wore him down, OLB is another position which needs an upgrade. I hope the Pack can tag and trade Flynn for a second round pick to give them either an extra prospect in the top 50 or the ability to move to get impact performers at both positions

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