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Tuesday, January 9, 2007

ASU's Miller going pro

Arizona State All-America tight end Zach Miller will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft. Miller is the top rated TE and possible first round pick.

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Nandie said...

I think this guy is a real option for the Packers if we don't end up gettign a TE in free agency. Tony Gonzales wants a championship and the Chiefs will probably slap him across the face with the franchise tag, so there slim chance of him, but my fellow Packer fans and I are hopeful Eric Johnson (49ers) will be a cheap FA, becuase he looks like someone our GM would sign.

If we do't sign a TE in free agency, I think all the draft gurus out there should take that as a big sign and have the Packers select a TE in day 1.

If we trade down in the 1st round to pick up a 2nd rounder or 3rd rounder, I think Miller will becoma a high possibility. I just hope he turns out more like Todd Heap and not Heath Miller.

January 10, 2007 12:26:00 AM EST  
The Donnage said...

zach is big and tough but i do not think that the pack need to be worried about a te. i think lynch should be their pick and if it isnt him, maybe is landry od reggie nelson, gb's db's are completely awful...i mean, ahmad carroll couldn't stay on that team.

--The Donnage

January 11, 2007 1:01:00 AM EST  
Justin said...

I agree that the Pack needs a TE and that either Miller or Johnson would be good options. I also agree that the Pack needs a safety and Laron Landry is def. an option. If Ahman Green is not resigned than RB is a need, but only in that scenario. With Gonzo resigning with KC the Pack should have all of their focus on someone to make plays along with Donald Driver in the passing game. Another option would be WR. I could see the Packers trading up for Calvin Johnson or staying put and going for Jarret or maybe Anthony Gonzales in the second round similar to the Craig Jennings pick of last year.

January 12, 2007 1:44:00 PM EST  

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