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Packers’ Tauscher is Done in Green Bay

Published by on May 12, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

The date was April 16th, 2000. Mel Kiper Jr. was listing off scouting reports of players no other analyst could tell you squat about, and the Green Bay Packers were on the board. 223 players and 15 tackles had been selected, including Chad Clifton by the Packers, but the Packers decided to pull the trigger on the home grown talent of a tackle out of the University of Wisconsin. Mark Tauscher.

Nine years later, Tauscher had become one of the biggest fan favorites on the team with his consistent play, long flowing hair, and babyface smile.  He was always overshadowed by Chad Clifton despite being one of the best right tackles in football, and in eight years with the Green and Gold, started from Day One and missed just 22 of ...

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