Former Sleeper Pick, Brandon Saine, Waived By Packers
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Former Sleeper Pick, Brandon Saine, Waived By Packers

NFL News: The Green Bay Packers have waived former Buckeye, Brandon Saine. Saine went undrafted in 2011 and played in 8 games as a rookie. He ran 18 times for 69 yards while also catching 10 balls for 69 yards. It’s hard to believe that a running back needy team would let Saine go at this point but maybe this means they are making room for another? Possibly a guy like Ahmad Bradshaw? Or maybe it’s possible the Packers add a RB early in the draft, say someone like Johnathan Franklin? And of course it could be the fact he tore his ACL in October of 2012 and isn’t healing as quickly as the Packers would like. That’s probably it, but we can speculate, right?

Fantasy Ramifications: Brandon Saine was once a deep sleeper for the Packers but for now, shouldn’t be considered in any type of fantasy draft.

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