BY ROB REISCHEL
Brian Gutekunst can tell you all he wants that he won’t draft for need. That the Green Bay Packers are a “best player available” franchise that strictly follows its board.
But at some point this weekend, Gutekunst undoubtedly grabbed his depth chart and looked at his group of wideouts one more time. The Packers’ first-year general manager, who seemingly never sweats, likely needed a handkerchief to wipe away the perspiration.
Green Bay entered Saturday’s third day of the NFL Draft as thin at wide receiver as its been since 2005, when the top-four consisted of Donald Dr...
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