Three weeks into the NFL Network's countdown of the top 100 players currently in the NFL, there have already been a couple Packers sightings, with many more to come as they draw closer to No. 1.
Starting on April 28, NFL Network started by unveiling the first 10 players, ranked 100-91. Every Wednesday night until the finale on June 27, the next set of 10 players are announced.
In the show's debut, Packers fullback John Kuhn was ranked the 92nd-best overall player in the NFL. That was better than quarterback Tim Tebow and running backs Chris Johnson and Marshawn Lynch, as well as the hundreds of other players who didn't make the shows' cut at all.
Kuhn, the 29-year-old former undrafted player out of Shippensburg College, was named to his first Pro Bowl this past season. Though he's not relied upon offensively in Green Bay, four of Kuhn's 30 rushing attempts in 2011 led to touchdowns. Kuhn also added two receiving touchdownsin 15 total catches.
In this past Wednesday night's show,...