By BOB McGINN
Everyone seems to like the Green Bay Packers’ chances for a rebound next season.
President Mark Murphy. General manager Brian Gutekunst. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Other players.
Yet, they won’t have a Khalil Mack plop into their laps at the start of the 2019 season as he did in late August. They also will have a rookie coach and a weak roster that isn’t going to be fixed overnight.
The Packers took their swing at Mack, failed and saw him end up in Chicago, which rode his pass-rushing dominance and stellar leadership to a thoroughly unexpected title in the NFC North D...
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