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Draft Scout Mike Daniels News
10/30/13 - DE Mike Daniels has a team-high four sacks, three of which came in the last two games. The second-year player, who's been utilized as an inside pass rusher off the bench, had a career-high two sacks in the 44-31 win at Minnesota on Sunday night. "Mike's playing very well," head coach Mike McCarthy said. "He's been an impact, particularly in the sub packages. I would say he's probably one of our most productive interior rushers right now."
12/10/12 - DE Mike Daniels had a 43-yard return for a touchdown after a fumble by Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford in the second quarter of the Packers' 27-20 comeback win over the Lions on Sunday night. Daniels, a fourth-round draft pick, is the first Green Bay rookie defensive lineman to return a fumble for a touchdown since Ernie Pannell in a game at Pittsburgh on Nov. 23, 1941.
05/24/12 - DL Mike Daniels wasn't cleared for the start of OTAs after missing rookie orientation camp earlier in the month. The fourth-round draft pick from Iowa underwent surgery in January for a torn labrum.
05/18/12 - DL Mike Daniels didn't participate in the team's rookie orientation camp May 11-13. Daniels, a fourth-round draft pick this year out of Iowa, underwent surgery in January for a torn labrum. He is questionable to be cleared for the Packers' organized team activities, which start May 21.
04/29/12 - A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 4/132 -- Mike Daniels, DT, 6-0, 291, Iowa...Undersized tackle played big for the Hawkeyes, utilizing quickness and tenacity for team highs the last two seasons in tackles for loss (241/2) and sacks (13). Injury history can't be overlooked. - The Sports Xchange