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Injury-shortened season leaves Perry's fit at linebacker uncertain

8:27 PM, May 23, 2013
Green Bay Packers linebacker Nick Perry participates in drills Tuesday during an OTA practice at Clarke Hinkle Field.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Nick Perry participates in drills Tuesday during an OTA practice at Clarke Hinkle Field.
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Nick Perry's rookie season wasn't a total injury washout, but the Green Bay Packers still can't say he's successfully made the transition from a college defensive end to a 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL.

The first-round draft pick opened last season as the Packers' starter at left outside linebacker opposite Clay Matthews but split time with Erik Walden and Dezman Moses through the first six games. A knee injury sidelined Perry for three weeks, and then his season ended when he had surgery on an early-season wrist injury that wasn't healing.

Playing through the wrist injury and then ...

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