Green Bay Packers Can Potentially Have Seven Defensive Linemen in 2010

June 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

An obvious statement that most Packers fans either already know, can figure out themselves, or just don't care.
It could potentially give the Packers some serious trading ability in the near future.
Johnny Jolly, Cullen Jenkins, B.J. Raji, and Ryan Pickett are already the proven starters for the Green Bay Packers. Though Jolly continues to have legal issues, I'm more encouraged that he will be safe since the trial keeps being delayed.
The prosecutors are trying to use media hype to get to Jolly, a sign that they know they don't have enough evidence to convict him. I'm not arguing if he did it or not, just acknowledging that he may not be convicted.
Mike Neal and C.J. Wilson were both selected by the Green Bay Packers in the 2010 draft. They're both pretty big and obviously have the physical capabilities to do what they were drafted to do.
These are still rookies mind you, we have no idea how either of them will fare next season. But a drafted player has potent...

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