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#PackersDaily: Combine wrap up

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#PackersDaily: Combine wrap up

Earlier this afternoon, I held my daily Packers chat over on our YouTube channel. You can catch the replay below.

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ShooterMcGee's picture

Aaron I would like to ask you about some lesser known prospects such as LB Ben Burr Kirven who had 176 tackles and 5.5 sacks last year, rb/wr/kr Tony Pollard who seems like an offensive weapon type, lastly Uglems guy Easton Stick QB from NDSU who had the fastest 3 cone at combine and could be next Edelman. Your thoughts kind sir?

PackerAaron's picture

I like Pollard. Could be a nice KR option. Bad drops in the passing game though. That's tough to overcome. Haven't watched the other guys.

cheesycowboy's picture

Aaron Nagler needs a press pass.
The Jerry Kramer of journalism.

PackerAaron's picture

More like the Travis Jervey of journalism. But thank you for the kind words.

Community Guy's picture

someday, i would be interested to hear about your pet lion ;)

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