Packers trade up twice, nab DT Worthy, CB Hayward
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers didn't pay much mind to their defense in the NFL draft a year ago, and those decisions may have contributed to their defensive struggles last season.
Packers general manager Ted Thompson made up for that in a big way in the first two days of this year's draft.
After taking USC outside linebacker Nick Perry in Thursday's first round, Thompson traded up twice Friday to take two more defensive players: Michigan State defensive lineman Jerel Worthy ...
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