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General manager Ryan Grigson fessed up to draft failures past and could relive the horror if the Indianapolis Colts again fail to appropriately address gaping holes on their offensive line.
GM Ted Thompson and the Packers are known for finding value, and based on Green Bay's needs, a few players likely to be available at No. 27 overall stand out.
A healthy Andrew Luck should make the Colts contenders again. If they want to get beyond the first round in 2016, several roster needs are yet to be addressed.
Relegated again to sideline observers during free agency, the Packers continue on a draft-focused path toward restocking the roster behind QB Aaron Rodgers.
Aaron Rodgers hurt his wrist and swore on national television. Someone tell Brett Favre to warm up.

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