Jerel Worthy 'ready to go' for Green Bay Packers, after patience-testing NFL Draft
25, Denver: Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy. In my individual team mock drafts, posted earlier Thursday, DeCastro and Hightower remained the picks for Kansas City and San Diego. But my pick for Denver was not Worthy.
The Green Bay Packers continued to beef up their defense in the second round of the NFL draft, selecting Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy.
Contributor Network – 13 hours ago Jerel Worthy, Michigan State's All-American defensive tackle, was thought of as a late first-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Some mock drafts had him going 25th to the Denver Broncos. His name wasn't called Thursday
By Graham Couch | firstname.lastname@example.org View full sizeMLive.com file photoJerel Worthy finally got his NFL call in the middle of the second round of the draft, the Green Bay Packers selecting him with the 51st overall pick. Whatever Jerel Worthy's level of
During Friday's second round, both of those principles aligned on two separate occasions, with Thompson moving up to draft Michigan State defensive end Jerel Worthy with the 51st overall selection before trading back into the round to take Vanderbilt