A Look At the Green Bay Packers’ Tight Ends After Drafting Andrew Quarless

July 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If there's any position that you don't need three or four quality players, it could arguably be the tight end spot.
That's the exact predicament that the Packers are in after drafting Andrew Quarless out of Penn State in this year's draft.
Quarless joins the tight end group that includes Jermichael Finley and Donald Lee. Both are good players in two different places in their respective careers.
Lee is the eight-year vet who had a breakout season in 2007. He progressively declined the two seasons after that in receptions, yards and touchdowns.
Finley is the younger, more explosive player who racked up incredible numbers (55 receptions, 676 yards and five touchdowns) despite being the starter for half the season.
Then there's Quarless.
Although he had a good final year at Penn State, most of the attention surrounding him is about his behavior off the field.
Putting the controversy aside, Quarless has the size and ability to be a good blocking tight en...

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