The Green Bay Packers, in their continuing hurry to sign all of their 2014 draft picks, have agreed to terms on contracts with WR Jared Abbrederis and Center Corey Linsley, team GM Ted Thompson announced last night.
The pair of new Packers both products of the Big Ten from Wisconsin and Ohio State, respectively, were each taken by Green Bay in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft...
With Evan Dietrich-Smith leaving for Tampa Bay, the biggest question mark on the offensive line is who will play center. The Packers may have answered that question today by drafting Corey Linsley, the center out of Ohio State. Check out his highlight video against the Badgers below:
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The Green Bay Packers made Corey Linsley the fifth Ohio State player drafted in 2014 when they tagged the senior center in the fifth round.
Linsley was a two-year starter at Ohio State and part of one of the best offensive lines in the country last season. He is the second player drafted from that unit, following left tackle Jack Mewhort, who went to the Colts in the second round...
Analysis: The Packers break tradition and draft a true center in Ohio State’s Corey Linsley. He has experience as a backup guard and tackle, but he started every game at center for the Buckeyes the past 2 seasons.
At 6’3″, 298, Linsley will probably be asked to put on some weight by the Packers, but he is very strong, putting up 36 reps on the bench press at the combine...
The Packers will head into the 2014 season with a new starting center for the fourth straight season. Could that starting center be Corey Linsley? WIth the 161 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft the Packers selected the center out of Ohio State.
Linsley is a strong kid who can bench press 500 pounds and did 36 reps at the scouting combine. He's a strong run blocker and an exceptional pass...
With their 5th round pick (161st overall) in the 2014 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers select Carl Bradford, an LB from Arizona State.
Corey Linsley has been the center of attention on the Ohio State offensive line for the past two seasons – 2012 and 2013 – and was one of the best centers in the nation...
After spending the last three months in a pressure cooker, No. 2 Ohio State still can't hit the release valve.
Even in the wake of their biggest win of the season against their archrival, the Buckeyes have to turn right around and play yet another major showdown.
They meet No. 10 Michigan State in the Big Ten championship game on Saturday - the latest in a long line of games which...
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December 04, 2013