Former Packers General Manager Ted Thompson didn’t dip into free agency often. When he did, it often made a big difference.
So the flurry of activity under new G.M. Brian Gutekunst has caught the eye of his boss, who approves of the new way of doing business.
“I’ve been very pleased,” Murphy said, via Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin. “I think he used the term ‘aggressive,’ but I think it’s more that we’re more active. We’re participating in things that we haven’t in the past.
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If Bryant wants to be paid $17 million per year like Antonio Brown, his list of potential suitors will be very short.
Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama: Stylistically different than Hurst, Payne is a brick house who provides immediate value as a run-stopper on the inside. His ability to defend two gaps will play in Matt Patricia’s multiple front, but Payne’s athleticism hints at untapped pass-rush potential that wasn’t showcased at Alabama. The Lions will know exactly what they’d be getting since defensive line coach Bo Davis worked with Payne in college.
Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise State: The Lions have spent significant resources this offseason revamping the linebacking corps, but that doesn’t rule out continuing the process via the draft. The first thing you’ll notice about Vander Esch is his size, offering the bigger frame Patricia likes at the position. Rangy and instinctual, he racked up 141 tackles last season.