By BOB McGINN
As a backup, Antonio Morrison isn’t in position to lead the defense of the Green Bay Packers. Besides, he didn’t join the team until Aug. 26.
Yet, in Morrison’s 87 snaps on defense and 108 more on special teams in his six games for the Packers, it has become evident that all Morrison would need is an injury or two at inside linebacker and a mandate from the coaches to lead and he would lead in a heartbeat.
“Antonio is the Alpha of the (Florida) Gator football program,” an executive in personnel for an NFL team said shortly before the NFL draft in 2016. “Loud, vocal and c...
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