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Packers add to secondary, take CB Quentin Rollins Submitted: 05/01/2015
GREEN BAY - The Packers have taken Miami, Ohio, cornerback Quentin Rollins in the second round of the NFL draft with the 62nd overall selection, further replenishing a secondary hit by free agency.

Rollins was the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year. He finished with 72 tackles and seven interceptions in 2014. Rollins also played basketball at Miami.

Green Bay took defensive back Damarious Randall from Arizona State in the first round on Thursday night. The secondary lost veteran cornerbacks Tramon Williams and Davon House in free agency.

The Packers might turn to inside linebacker with their next pick in the third round. They cut ties with veterans A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones in the offseason.

Story By: Associated Press

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