Rookie Review: Green Bay Packers

2010 NFL Draft Class–

(1-23) Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa: He was forced into the starting lineup early in the season and was serviceable but wasn’t the dominant lineman he was purported to be going into last year’s draft. The former Big Ten standout allowed more pressures than any other Packer on the front five and didn’t blow people off the line on run plays. Speed rushers, in particular, gave him fits (see Woodley, LaMarr). Bulaga clearly needs another year at his new position to truly blossom. Grade: C-

(2-56) Mike Neal, DE, Purdue: The kid immediately showed the coaching staff that he has the strength of a bear and the work ethic to go along with it. Neal got off to a fast start by recording a sack and a forced fumble in his first two games but also suffered a torn rotator cuff, which prematurely ended his

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