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Packers seeking for more pop from first-round pick

7:53 PM, Feb. 16, 2014
Green Bay Packers 2010 first-round draft pick Bryan Bulaga had a solid start to his career, but after finishing the 2012 season on injured reserve with a hip fracture, the offensive lineman tore an anterior cruciate ligament in August and missed all of last season.. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
Green Bay Packers 2010 first-round draft pick Bryan Bulaga had a solid start to his career, but after finishing the 2012 season on injured reserve with a hip fracture, the offensive lineman tore an anterior cruciate ligament in August and missed all of last season.. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
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Call it bad luck or blame injuries, but the inescapable truth is the Green Bay Packers have struggled to hit pay dirt with their recent first-round draft picks.

Slated to have their earliest pick in five years (No. 21), they can't afford a miss this year.

The countdown to May's draft continues this week at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, where the Packers and the rest of the NFL will sift through more than 300 prospects in hopes of striking gold. The event starts Wednesday at Lucas Oil Stadium and runs through early next week. ...

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