Packers Who Need To Impact Green Bay’s 2010 Season

May 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When looking ahead towards any NFL season, even this far in advance, the picture is fairly clear for which players are going to be each team's respective "impact" players.
For the Green Bay Packers, it is easy to point to players such as quarterback Aaron Rodgers and cornerback Charles Woodson as players who will play the biggest part in whether the Packers are successful or not in the coming season.
However, as we all know, one or two players don't win football games by themselves. Each team arguably has as many players who play key roles—albeit smaller roles—that help determine the overall success of that team.
In Green Bay, these players will hopefully have the impact that the Packers need to build on their 2009 success next season.
Pat Lee, cornerback
Remember this guy? If you can't I don't blame you—he'd be an easy player to forget because he's hardly seen the field as a Green Bay Packer.
Lee is a former second round pick back in 200...

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