By BOB McGINN
By virtue of posting another losing season the Green Bay Packers are in position to have their highest draft choice in a decade.
The Packers own the 12th selection in the first round of the NFL draft, which will be held April 25 in Nashville, Tenn.
Since the draft was initiated in 1936 the Packers have exercised the 12th choice four times. Their choices in that position were cornerback Herb Adderley of Michigan State in 1961, defensive tackle Rich Moore of Villanova in 1969, fullback Barty Smith of Richmond in 1974 and defensive end Alphonso Carreker of Florida State in ...
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