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Three of the eight picks that the Green Bay Packers made during the 2012 NFL draft have no chance of seeing the field during the 2012 season.
Well, let me correct myself: The only way they'll see the field is if there is a massive virus that spreads around the locker room and they are lucky enough to not catch it.
DT Mike Daniels (Fourth Round, 132nd Pick)
At 6'1" and 280 pounds, the biggest issue with Daniels is his size. While it didn't affect him too much in college, it could definitely hinder him in the NFL.
Daniels could provide some depth along the defensive line, but once Mike Neal and Anthony Hargrove return from suspensions, Daniels will have no chance at seeing playing time.
OT Andrew Datko (Seventh Round, 241st Pick)
Give Datko another year and he could become the a starting offensive tackle for the Packers. Had a shoulder injury not occurred, Datko easily could have gone in the first two rounds of the draft.
As long as he gets back his strength and is fully healthy, Datko will be a steal of a pick in another year or two.
QB B.J. Coleman (Seventh Round, 243rd Pick)
Coleman is stuck behind Aaron Rodgers on the depth chart. Enough said.