Railbird Central Podcast: NFL Draft Interview with Dane Brugler

The draft analyst for CBS Sports joins the show to talk about prospects as they relate to the Green Bay Packers.

Episode 519

With the NFL Draft less than a week away, we bring in Dane Brugler of CBS Sports to talk about several prospects as they relate to the Green Bay Packers, including particularly interesting insight into linebackers Stephone Anthony and Paul Dawson. Brugler's NFL Draft guide is an invaluable resource. Make sure to pick up your copy at MyFootballNews.com. His interview starts at the 20-minute mark. Before that, we get into Greg Jennings' signing with the Miami Dolphins and talk about the Packers' interest in small school wide receivers.


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April 25, 2015 at 12:22 pm

I pray that Mr Brugler's 1st round mock draft pick for the Packers comes to fruition. Getting one of the top 3 Defensive Linemen in the draft at #30 seems like a fantasy.

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April 25, 2015 at 02:29 pm

Brugler has Malcom Brown taken by GB at #30. While it sounds unlikely to me, that would be a run to the podium unless some team offers a lot to trade back.

At #62, Brugler of CBS has GB taking CB P.J. Williams over ILBs Stephone Anthony, Paul Dawson. At CB, only Quentin Rollins and Alex Carter compete with Williams. At ILB, Kendricks, Shaq, McKinney, and Perryman are gone. At the least, looks like a nice haul so far regardless of the player TT takes at #62. There isn't a 3rd round mock by Brugler, so if TT wants Anthony or Dawson he probably has to move up or settle for 4th round talents.

Note that the CBS mock done by their entire staff is less exciting. It has GB taking Jordan Phillips or Jalen Collins. NFL.com has GB taking Marcus Peters or Jalen Collins, with some of those analysts having TT pass on Arik Armstead, Eddie Goldman or Byron Jones.

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