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Do you remember Rich Campbell?Packer fans do! And Tony Mandarich, Brent Fullwood, Terrell Buckley. All the swings and misses that came along before Ron Wolf, Mike Holmgren and Brett Favre.Like every franchise Green Bay has had some great moments in the NFL draft. And some not so great moments. Either way they make a compelling profile worth remembering as we approach the 2013 draft next week.These are five players that cover the the entire spectrum of emotion from Cheese heads. From disappointment to glory and from Vince Lombardi to Ted Thompson we've got it covered here. From boom to bust. Colossal bust, here they are.   
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