Is Leonard Little the Answer for the Packers at Outside Linebacker?

May 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The draft has come and gone and the Packers brass has already gotten its first look at their bounty on the field at rookie orientation.
Several outside linebacker prospects were among the throng of draft picks, tryout players, and undrafted free agents on the field over the weekend.
The most notable among them were Tim Knicky, Frank Zombo, and John Russell, who all have flashed potential but are college defensive linemen who will be converting to linebacker and may need time to develop before they are ready to make an impact.
The Packers also have Brady Poppinga, street free agent Robert Francois, and 2009 practice squad player Cyril Obiozor behind starters Brad Jones and Clay Matthews III.
However, if general manger Ted Thompson has determined that he doesn't have a viable pass rusher on the roster to compete with incumbent Brad Jones, it may not be Adalius Thomas, Greg Ellis, or Derrick Burgess, but the 35-year-old Leonard Little that could be the answer.

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