Kevin King looks likely to start at CB for Packers

The Packers chose King out of Washington in the second round of the draft. PFF looks at the value he should add.

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Kevin King looks likely to start at CB for Packers


  • Green Bay Packers second-round pick Kevin King is expected to start opposite Davon House at the cornerback position in 2017.
  • The Washington product allowed 0.87 yards per cover snap in 2016. This mark is better than the top four corners currently on the Green Bay roster.
  • King’s 0.87 yards per cover snap was the 27th-best mark of 94 corners in the 2017 draft class.
  • The Packers’ secondary was the lowest-graded of all teams in 2016. Their highest PFF-graded corner posted a 58.1 season grade (Quinten Rollins).

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  • realitybytez

    “KEVIN KING LOOKS LIKE TO START…” journalism at it’s finest.