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NFL Draft: Adversity Is Nothing New to UNLV RB Tim Cornett

Cornett might be overlooked among other NFL Draft prospects, but that's nothing he hasn't experienced before.

UCLA OLB Cassius Marsh on Green Bay: "It Would Be Awesome to Be There"

Marsh would love to be reunited with former Bruins teammates Datone Jones and Johnathan Franklin in Green Bay.

Railbird Central Podcast: Counting Down to the NFL Draft

Scott Wright of joins the show to discuss potential Packers targets.

Packers Like What They See in Coastal Carolina WR Matt Hazel

The NFL Draft prospect tells Cheesheead TV about his meeting with Packers general manager Ted Thompson at the East-West Shrine Game.

Report: Packers to Bring in Liberty CB Walt Aikens for Visit

Aikens is the ninth prospect reported to be making a pre-draft visit to Green Bay.

Packers Look into Latest Safety/Corner Hybrid: NC State's Dontae Johnson

The Green Bay Packers interviewed the Wolfpack defensive back while at the Senior Bowl all-star game.

NFL Draft: Athletic College Tackles that Could Be Centers in the NFL

The Packers have a history of developing interior offensive linemen out of college tackles. We indentify six that could fit that mold in the upcoming NFL Draft.

Versatility, Unselfishness Make Christian Jones a Fit for Any Scheme

Some see the Florida State linebacker playing on the outside in the NFL. Others view him as an inside linebacker.

Connection to Coaching Staff Makes Kapri Bibbs a Late-Round Option for Packers

The underclassman entry from Colorado State originally committed to new Packers special teams coach Ron Zook at Illinois.

Mike McCarthy Coached with Vinnie Sunseri's Father

The Alabama safety is trying to recover from a torn ACL prior to the NFL Draft in May.

As Long as Finley Remains Unsigned, Amaro Could Be Receiving TE Packers Are Missing

With Finley still not cleared by team doctors and testing free agency, the Packers might look to add a tall receiving threat at tight end in the NFL Draft.

Draft Prospect Caraun Reid Looks to Make Jump from Ivy League to NFL

The Green Bay Packers have recent experience signing players from the Ivy League, including drafting center J.C. Tretter out of Cornell last season.

If Packers Want to "Get Bigger" at Center, Marcus Martin Could Be Their Guy

At 6' 3" and 320 lbs. the former USC Trojan is a bigger player than the Packers are accustomed to at center.

Jeremiah Attaochu Models Game After Packers' Clay Matthews

The Georgia Tech linebacker figures to be a second-round selection at the latest in next month's NFL Draft.

Packers Appear to Be Taking Late-Round Quarterback Options Seriously

Keith Wenning of Ball State and David Fales of San Jose State are the latest players reported to be making pre-draft visits to Green Bay.

Draft Prospect Morgan Moses: "Who Wouldn't Love to Block for Aaron Rodgers?"

The offensive tackle from Virginia is considered by some to be a first round draft pick in May's upcoming NFL Draft.

Vanderbilt Secondary Pipeline Runs Thick to Green Bay

The Packers already have two defensive backs from Vanderbilt on their roster with Casey Hayward and Sean Richardson and will have the opportunity to add a few more during the NFL Draft.

Billy Turner Could Go from One Green and Gold Team to Another

The North Dakota State offensive lineman offers versatility as a college left tackle that looks to shift positions at the NFL level.

Memory of Late Father Fans Flame Within NFL Draft Prospect Carl Bradford

The ASU linebacker has overcome the loss of his father and now finds himself on the doorstep of the NFL.

Packers Podcast: Ryan Shazier to the Packers in the First Round

Brian Carriveau joins 107.5 The Fan in Green Bay to discuss the upcoming NFL Draft and predicts the Packers first round draft choice.

Kelvin Benjamin Could Be the Big Target Packers Are Missing

The 6' 5" and 240-pound receiver from Florida State could go as high as the first round of the NFL Draft this upcoming May.

Railbird Central Podcast: Scouting NFL Prospects with Eric Galko

An interview with Eric Galko of highlights today's episode of Railbird Central.

Kony Ealy: The NFL's Next Elephant End

The Missouri product is projected to be selected somewhere in mid to late Round 1 of the upcoming NFL Draft, and the Packers could be a landing spot if they want more "Elephant" end type of players.

Pro Day Round-Up: Kyle Van Noy Training with Clay Matthews

The BYU linebacker and Matthews are represented by the same agency and have been working out together prior to the NFL Draft.

Packers Bringing In QB Brock Jensen for Official Pre-Draft Visit

A native of Waupaca, Wis., Jensen helped lead North Dakota State to three consecutive national championships.

Brandin Cooks: More Than Just a Slot Receiver

He's just 5' 10" and 189 lbs., but Cooks' 4.33 speed makes him a threat from anywhere on the field and a potential first round draft choice.

Louis Nix Has Big Body, Big Personality, but Does He Have Big-Play Ability?

The 6' 2" and 331-pound nose tackle from Notre Dame only had 2.5 career sacks in college, making him a question mark as a potential first round draft choice.

Ryan Shazier: "I Can Also Play Inside ‘Backer"

Despite playing outside linebacker at Ohio State, Shazier isn't ruling out the possibility of playing an inside linebacker position in the NFL, where he could be of interest to the Green Bay Packers.

Packers Must Be Wary of Red Flags with Top Draft Prospects: Ebron, Mosley, Clinton-Dix

It just so happens that three of the NFL Draft's top players at their respective positions have potential red flags, and they also come at three of the positions where the Packers have their biggest needs.

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