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Combine could help shape Packers' draft strategy

11:00 PM, Feb. 20, 2013
Stanford tight end Zach Ertz catches a 43-yard pass with Wisconsin's Dezmen Southward defending during the Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif.
Stanford tight end Zach Ertz catches a 43-yard pass with Wisconsin's Dezmen Southward defending during the Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif.
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The needs aren't as glaring this year but still tangible for the Green Bay Packers.

Unlike a year ago when Ted Thompson used his first six draft choices to repair a defense that ranked last in total yards allowed, the Packers and their general manager shouldn't have to resort to investing so heavily in their defense.

Still, the Packers have areas to address across the board and this week's NFL scouting combine will go a long way in determining the path they take when their number is called at the NFL draft in a little more than two months. ...

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