By MARK ECKEL
One day after he re-made the Packers secondary and coverage, general manager Brian Gutekunst went to work on the team's depth at wide receiver.
The Packers first-year general manager spent the first three draft picks of his career on defense. On Day Three he addressed the offense, specifically the wide receiver position and somewhat surprisingly the special teams.
With a fourth-round pick and three fifth-round picks, the Packers selected wide receivers J’Mon Moore, of Missouri and Marquez Valdes-Scantling, of South Florida, offensive lineman Cole Madison, of Washington ...
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