Author: Nate McClernon

In the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft, the Packers selected Jordy Nelson thirty-sixth overall. Since then Nelson has been inducted into the Kansas and Wisconsin sporting halls of fame. After his illustrious nine year career with the Packers, he earned a nice final payout from the Raiders. Despite battling injuries throughout his career; both collegiate and professional, Nelson created a reputation of being one of Aaron Rodger’s most reliable targets. Let us take a look at what made this legendary receiver so great and what he is up to after retiring. Jordy Nelson celebrates Packer’s Super Bowl XLV victory…

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