NFL Draft: Packers Get a Cornerback in the First Round? How About Next Year…

April 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Let me start off by saying that the Packers have a definite problem in the secondary. It was the biggest reason for their last two losses of the season. It needs help and it needs to be addressed. The Packers will most likely take at least one cornerback and at least one safety in the upcoming draft on April 22.
The cornerback class is deep. After Joe Haden, the top corners in the class are all expected to go starting at the 17th pick (Atlanta, Houston, and Pittsburgh all could use cornerback help).
These corners include
Kyle Wilson—The Boise State standout is considered by many the consensus second-best corner in the draft. Devin McCourty—This Rutgers star has the skills to play fluid man-to-man or zone coverage in any scheme. Kareem Jackson—Playing across from playmaker Javier Arenas at Alabama, Jackson didn't get much national attention, but is easily the better pro prospect. Patrick Robinson—The burner from Florida State has amazing top-e...

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