The Packers have reportedly added a pair of players who faced off against each other in the 2011 Sugar Bowl.
XL Sports Management announced via Twitter that their client, Ohio State’s Brandon Saine will be headed to Green Bay.
Saine is a 5-11, 220 running back that 1,383 yards in 17 career starts to go along with 17 career touchdowns for the Buckeyes. With 55 career receptions, he’s a good receiver out of the backfield and may find his niche in a third-down back role to begin his NFL career.
He was invited to the NFL Combine back in February and ran a 4.40 40-yard dash.
NFLDraftScout.com reports that he is coming off a knee injury and ball security was an issue for Saine in college.
Arkansas offensive lineman Ray Dominguez used his personal Twitter account to let his followers know he’s joining the Packers.
He’ll be joining teammate D.J. Williams in Green Bay, a tight end who was drafted in the fifth round.
Dominguez is 6-4, 334 pounds and started all 12 games for the Razorbacks as a senior. He was invited to the NFL Combine back in February and is rated as the 13th best guard in this year’s rookie class, according to NFLDraftScout.com who also lists his primary position as guard even though he played some tackle in college.
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