2013 DRAFT GUIDE
 #78 Derek Sherrod
 Pos: Offensive Line
NFL Team: GNB
Injury: OK
 Experience: 4
College: Mississippi State
Height: 77
Weight: 321
Born: 4/23/1989

Summary

The offense gets much of the love for the Packers but the defense is above average. This unit ranked 11th overall last season. The Packers had one of the better sack totals in the league, getting 47 sacks. Green Bay gets teams to play from behind, though, which helps generate more sack opportunities. We expect more of the same this season. Outside linebacker Clay Matthews is one of the better pass rushers off the edge in all of football. The rush defense can be a little shaky at times, though, ranking 17th against the run last season. The addition of rookie defensive lineman Datone Jones is a step in the right direction in shoring up this unit. The special teams is very good with Randall Cobb handling the return duties. Cobb is a top playmaker and is a home-run threat with the ball in his hands. He can do some big-time damage on special teams. Fantasy Outlook: The Packers always seem to do well in producing some touchdowns defensively on special teams, making them a solid fantasy starter. This is a top-five unit capable of high sack totals and above-average interception potential.

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Notes

Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod likely will compete with OT David Bakhtiari for the left tackle job during training camp.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday, Nov. 5, that they are getting OT Derek Sherrod (leg) ready to play both tackle positions. Sherrod, who was on the Physically-Unable-to-Perform (PUP) list, has been doing extra work after practice. However, he needs padded work before he is considered for game action.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod (leg) practiced Wednesday, Oct. 16, which begins a three-week window in which he can practice without counting on the roster. He started the season on the Physically-Unable-to-Perform (PUP) list.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod (leg) is participating in practice Wednesday, Oct. 16. Sherrod is currently on the Physically Unable to Perform list.
Source: KFFL.com
The Green Bay Packers placed SS Sean Richardson (neck), OT Derek Sherrod (leg), OL JC Tretter (ankle) and DE Jerel Worthy (knee) on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod (leg), OT JC Tretter (ankle) and DE Jerel Worthy (knee) likely will begin the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod (leg) remains on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list due to a leg injury suffered in December 2011. The coaching staff says Sherrod is close to being able to practice, but he has done nothing on the field in training camp so far.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy indicated OT Derek Sherrod (leg) could be cleared to practice in the near future. 'Actually, I had a chance to watch his post-practice workout, and he's definitely much further along than he was when he was able to go through some of the drill work in the OTAs,' McCarthy said. 'So unfortunately with the procedures in place as far as pass or no pass on the physicals, you can't really get him out there to do drill work with the other offensive linemen. He looks much better. I'm interested to get feedback from the trainers and really see how he feels tomorrow.' Sherrod started training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list.
Source: KFFL.com
The Green Bay Packers are not surprised by the recovery time for OT Derek Sherrod (leg) because they expected he would need at least 18 months to recover from the broken leg he suffered in 2011.
Source: KFFL.com
Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod (leg) has made progress, and head coach Mike McCarthy was optimistic Friday, July 26. He said Sherrod looked 'very good' in conditioning drills Thursday, July 25, although there is still no timetable for his return. Sherrod opens camp on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list.
Source: KFFL.com

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  #5  Denver BroncosDEN9
  #6  St. Louis RamsSTL11
  #7  New England PatriotsNWE10
  #8  Cincinnati BengalsCIN12
  #9  Chicago BearsCHI8
  #10  Buffalo BillsBUF12
  #11  Arizona CardinalsARI9
  #12  Dallas CowboysDAL11
  #13  New York JetsNYJ10
  #14  Baltimore RavensBAL8
  #15  Washington RedskinsWAS5
  #16  Philadelphia EaglesPHI12
  #17  Cleveland BrownsCLE10
  #18  Houston TexansHOU8
  #19  New York GiantsNYG9
  #20  Green Bay PackersGNB4
  #21  Tampa Bay BuccaneersTAM5
  #22  Detroit LionsDET9
  #23  New Orleans SaintsNOR7
  #24  Pittsburgh SteelersPIT5
  #25  Tennessee TitansTEN8
  #26  Minnesota VikingsMIN5
  #27  Oakland RaidersOAK7
  #28  Atlanta FalconsATL6
  #29  Indianapolis ColtsIND8
  #30  Miami DolphinsMIA6
  #31  San Diego ChargersSDG8
  #32  Jacksonville JaguarsJAC9

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