Over the past week,  the Packers made some personnel moves to reduce their current roster to 75 players.  Among those moves were the release of notables Jarius Wynn and Anthony Hargrove.  Wynn started all 16 games last year for the Pack and posted just 3 sacks and a paltry 19 total tackles.  His release comes as no surprise to me, as the Pack clearly wanted to make changes on their D line.  They signed Hargrove in March and spent 2 early-round picks on linemen  Jerel Worthy and Mike Daniels.  With Worthy seemingly grabbing hold of the starting RDE spot and with CJ Wilson holding his own during camp, Wynn was expendable.  Hargrove was let go earlier this week and with little explanation from GM Ted Thompson or Head Coach Mike McCarthy.  The...

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