By BOB McGINN
The run of four cornerbacks and four tackles within the first nine selections of the second round Friday stripped the draft board of some players that undoubtedly would have been welcomed by the Green Bay Packers.
Minus two fourth-round draft choices that were traded Thursday, the Packers weren’t in position to move up again. Instead, they pivoted nicely and secured solid prospects for the interior of the offensive line and tight end in the second night of the NFL draft.
Guard Elgton Jenkins of Mississippi State was Green Bay’s pick with the 12th choice (44th overall) o...
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