NFL Draft: Packers have no concern with Rashan Gary's shoulder

Rashan Gary, the first of the Green Bay Packers' two first-round NFL Draft picks in 2019, told reporters Thursday night that his shoulder is "110%" and that he wouldn't need surgery to repair any injury to it.

GM Brian Gutekunst followed up later in the evening, saying that there's no concern long-term over Gary's shoulder.

Gary, who will play a number of positions for the Packers in their defense, played in nine games in 2018 for the Michigan Wolverines. The former top national prospect recorded 9.5 sacks in three seasons at Michigan.

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