5 Best-Case Scenarios for the Packers in 2014 NFL Draft

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5 Best-Case Scenarios for the Packers in 2014 NFL Draft
Linebacker C.J. Mosley from Alabama

Since Ted Thompson took over the front office of the Green Bay Packers in 2005, the team has been pretty fortunate over the years with the players that fell to them in the first round of the NFL draft.

It all started in Thompson's first draft with the Packers in 2005, when quarterback Aaron Rodgers went from a possible first pick in the draft, all the way down to selection No. 24 of the first round to the Packers when Thompson gladly selected him.

It happened again in 2010, when many thought that offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga might be a top-10 pick in the draft, but he, too, fell to pick No. 23 where the Packers selected him.

Since Thompson arrived, he has presided over nine drafts, and in six of those drafts, the Packers have had their first-round picks in the latter stages (pick No. 23 or later) of the initial round.

With pick No. 21 in the 2014 NFL draft, Thompson and the Packers would sure like to see fortune smile on them again when it is their time to pick.

In this slideshow, I'm going to name five players who I believe the Packers would love to be able to select if they are still on the board.

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