NFL Draft 2012: Players the Packers Should Target in the Fourth Round

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NFL Draft 2012: Players the Packers Should Target in the Fourth Round
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Packers Got Perry Day One, Who's Next on Day Three of NFL Draft

The 2012 NFL Draft has gone extremely well for the Green Bay Packers so far. General Manager Ted Thompson has done an outstanding job of working the board and filling the team's biggest needs. 

Entering the draft, Thompson's objective had to be upgrading a defense that was so poor in 2011, it set records for defensive futility. Therefore, it was no surprise when Green Bay used it's first three picks on defensive players, selecting USC defensive end Nick Perry in round one, then trading up twice in round two to select Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy and Vanderbilt cornerback Casey Hayward. 

Even though the Packers have addressed some of their biggest needs, they still have plenty of positions that require reinforcing. Therefore let's see who could be available for Green Bay with their back-to-back choices at the end of the fourth round (132 and 133 overall). 

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