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When Brian Gutekunst set out on his first free agency p
03.04.2019, 04:44
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When Brian Gutekunst set out on his first free agency p
eriod as general manager of the Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers Customized Jerseys , cornerbackwas originally a top priority.Then the price of contracts blew up and Gutekunst had to settle for Tramon Williams from the bargain bin. Another name that was likely at the top of his list was Bashaud Breeland but thanks to a non-football injury he suffered to his foot which was followed by an infection, teams likely were scared off Green Bay included.Fast forward to the regular season. Breeland got healthier and Gutekunst pounced, even if he knew it would take a few weeks to get him up to speed as well as completely healthy.Everything finally came together on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons and Breeland showed why he originally was one of the top free agents this spring before his injury scared teams off and Green Bay got him for peanutsSuddenly he’s listed as a potential “must re-sign” this off-season and has earned the endorsement of rookie stud Jaire Alexander. With second round pick Josh Jackson struggling, bringing Breeland back would be a no-brainer at this point.You can read more on Breeland plus how the Packers aren’t giving up on the postseason despite ridiculously long odds in today’s cheese curds.Cornerback Bashaud Breeland hoping Packers take leap of faith on him--PackersNews.comWhen healthy, he’d be a great corner opposite Alexander and he won’t command top dollar. This almost seems like a lock to happen but will depend on Mike Pettine’s status when a new head coach is hired.Marquez Valdes-Scantling: Continuing a family tradition of helping the homeless--The AthleticWhat a great family and it’s nice to see MVS continue the tradition and use his newfound fame to further advance it. There’s paywall for The Athletic but if you’re interested please see this tweet by the rookie receiver.Packers still have plenty of fight left in them--Packers.comThe Packers don’t care if nobody else believes because they’ve still got a lot of fight left in them. Rachel Platten would be proud.Brett Favre thinks Doug Pederson would be a great choice for the Packers’ head coaching job--Bleeding Green NationWhile Favre is clearly crazy here, given the Eagles’ struggles could the Packers send the Saints’ first round pick and a couple players to the Eagles for Pederson’s services? It’s a big piece of fruitcake but you never know.Dillon From Portland--1500 ESPNNothing quite like some schadenfreude at Vikings fans’ expense to ease the pain of a rough Packers season. Practices are over in Mobile, and Senior Bowl week is coming to a close. Many of the media members and NFL scouts take off after practice concludes on Thursday afternoon, but there is still a game to be played, which is all that most fans will get to see of the week.In that game, there are numerous players who project as good fits for the Green Bay Packers at a multitude of positions. After seeing who impressed (and who didn’t) in practice this week, let’s take a look through the North and South rosters to find some of the top players who should intrigue general manager Brian Gutekunst and his scouting staff.OffenseWide ReceiversDeebo Samuel, South Carolina (,1# South team)Samuel has been tearing it up in practice, solidifying himself as a bona fide second-day draft prospect. He had a big year as a Senior, with 882 yards and 11 touchdowns, and he’s a solidly built player who can go over the middle. However, his route-running looks terrific, something that should make him very intriguing for Packers fans, and he will likely test very well at the Combine.Terry McLaurin, Ohio State (#10, North team)The Buckeye wideout ranked third on his team in receiving yards and fourth in total catches this season, but his 11 touchdown catches were just one score behind Parris Campbell for the team lead and he by far led the way in yards per catch at 20. While Campbell is the more explosive player, McLaurin would be a good depth receiver and can provide plenty of experience on special teams as well.Penny Hart Green Bay Packers T-Shirts , Georgia State (#18, North team)The 5-foot-8, 180-pount Hart is almost a carbon copy of Taylor Gabriel, current Bears and former Falcons receiver. As Zach Kruse of Packers Wire astutely noted on Twitter, Gabriel’s best season came with the Falcons in 2016 with Kyle Shanahan as the offensive coordinator and Matt LaFleur as Atlanta’s quarterbacks coach. It’s not hard to imagine LaFleur using Hart similarly; he was a high-volume, high-production player for much of his career at Georgia State, with 1,000-yard seasons as a freshman and a junior.Andy Isabella, UMass (#5, North team)At 5-foot-9 and 186 pounds, Isabella looks the part of a slot receiver, but he has deep-threat speed. He claims that he was timed at 4.26 seconds in the 40-yard dash recently, and says that he works out with Randy Moss. Isabella had a huge year in 2018, with 102 catches, 1,698 yards, and 13 touchdowns, plus another score on the ground. Like Hart, he could be a great fit to help replace Randall Cobb if the veteran does not re-sign with the Packers.Tight EndsFoster Moreau, LSU (#18, South team)APC’s Owen Riese has been high on Moreau this week, so keep an eye on him. This group of tight ends will be overshadowed by a huge group of talented underclassmen, but Moreau sounds like he has had the best week of practice of the batch.Donald Parham https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/hats , Stetson (#49, North team)Stetson’s build will jump out on the field — he’s a shade over 6-foot-8 and 243 pounds. Just imagine that build going up for deep balls up the seam from Aaron Rodgers.Offensive LinemenDalton Risner, Kansas State (#71, North team)The versatile Risner will probably start out at tackle in the NFL, but he could definitely move inside. He’s got some nasty to him, too — a fight between him and Boston College defensive end Zach Allen was one of the top moments of Thursday’s practice.Tytus Howard, Alabama State (#58, South team)The former quarterback bulked up like crazy in college and is a potential top-100 pick in April. Don’t be fooled too much by this bad rep against Montez Sweat (more on him shortly) — Howard has reportedly practiced well for the most part, and that could help make him a mid-round candidate for Green Bay.Michael Dieter, Wisconsin (#63, North team)Although Dieter primarily played center and guard for the Badgers, he does have a year of starting experience at left tackle, which could appeal to NFL teams. He’s almost certainly going to stay inside at the next level, but his versatility should make him an intriguing pick somewhere around round three.DefenseDefensive LinemenRenell Wren, Arizona State (#95, North team)A huge body at 6-foot-4 and 315 pounds, Wren has been wrecking opposing linemen for much of the week. He projects as an interior penetrator, a great fit for the Packers who tend to use two down linemen on most plays.Edge RushersMontez Sweat, Mississippi State (#9, South team)The top pass-rusher this week has been Sweat, the former Michigan State transfer who has been mocked to the Packers with either one of their first-round picks at times. This week’s practices have only served to keep Sweat’s stock moving upward, and he’s getting a little bit of top-10 buzz. At 6-foot-6 and around 250 pounds, he has perfect size as a 3-4 outside linebacker Green Bay Packers Hoodie , a position he’s familar with thanks to the Bulldogs’ multiple defensive scheme.Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech (#45, South team)The NCAA’s all-time sack leader is in Mobile, and he’s also getting some first-round buzz this week. I asked SB Nation draft analyst Dan Kadar for some breakdown about the 6-foot-5, 250-pound Ferguson:SafetiesJohnathan Abram, Mississippi State (#38, South team)APC’s Shawn Wagner broke down Abram recently, and it’s worth clicking over to that writeup to learn the basics on him. He’ll be one of the best safeties in Saturday’s game.Nasir Adderley, Delaware (#23, North team)Shawn really likes safeties, writing up a piece on Adderley this week as well. One respected analyst, Tony Pauline, does not see him as a first- or second-round pick, but another suggested that he has been playing out of position. Adderley’s best fit is probably as a deep free safety, but if he has been playing more press, that could explain his struggles in Mobile.CornerbacksRock Ya-Sin, Temple (#6, South team)His name is amazing. He also has huge hands (10-1/4 inches) and long arms (32-3/8) for a 6-foot corner. He transferred to Temple as a senior and recorded two interceptions, and he could be in play as a top-100 pick.
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