By BOB McGINN
The Green Bay Packers needed help on defense, and they needed it now.
It’s why Ted Thompson in April became one of just two National Football League general managers to use his first four draft choices on defensive players.
We’re a long, long way from being able to pass judgment on the Packers’ handiwork. Three of the four draftees suffered injuries that either required or will require surgery. Their first season is just 75% completed.
The four players have combined to play 1,023 snaps from scrimmage and another 297 snaps on special teams. All things considered, the Packers d...
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