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Notebook: Bradford, Thornton bring versatile skills, attitude to defense

9:36 PM, May 16, 2014

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C.J. Mosley and Ryan Shazier never slid into play for Green Bay in the first round of last weekend's NFL draft, but the Packers still had ample opportunities to address an apparent need at inside linebacker.

Three days passed and the Packers never bit on the likes of Wisconsin's Chris Borland or Louisville's Preston Brown. Instead, they set out to improve the NFL's 24th-ranked defense by building reserves at other positions.

It started with Southern Mississippi defensive lineman Khyri Thornton in the third round and followed with Arizona State outside linebacker Carl Bradford in the ...

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