Utah State's Jake Doughty tackles USC's Tre Madden a Sept. 21, 2013 game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Every undrafted linebacker who's signed a contract with the Green Bay Packers over the past five years knows this story well by now.
The one in which undersized and overlooked prospects such as Jamari Lattimore, Frank Zombo, Andy Mulumba and Dezman Moses transform into inside and outside linebackers in Dom Capers' 3-4 defense, and carve out NFL careers for themselves.
Toss in veteran Robert Francois' maturation on the practice squad in 2009 and the Packers have molded at least one college free agent into a serviceable NFL linebacker during each of Capers' five seasons in Green Bay. ...