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Why the Packers traded up to get WR Amari Rodgers – Packers Wire

The Packers nearly took Clemson WR Amari Rodgers at No. 62, so they aggressively worked the board to move up and get him at 85.



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The Green Bay Packers had a decision to make at No. 62 overall: take the potential plug-and-play center from Ohio State, or the versatile slot weapon from Clemson.
The Packers decided on Josh Myers, with his size and multiple-position ability for the offensive line serving as the tiebreaker. But even after making the pick, general manager Brian Gutekunst wasn’t ready to give up on getting Amari Rodgers. He immediately ordered his staff to start making calls and finding ways to move up the board…

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