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A.J. Dillon says he's a 'workhorse' who's ready to contribute

With their second-round selection, the Packers stayed on the offensive side of the ball.

Green Bay Packers second-round pick, Boston College running back A.J. Dillon, carried the ball over 800 times in college. Dillon says he's ready to get to work in Green Bay.

Dillon told reporters that he is a workhorse back, and even if the Packers don't necessarily need him in that role (the team has Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams, and Dexter Williams), he'll be ready to contribute however he can.

Dillon, at 247 pounds, ran a 4.53 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.

Here's his interview with the local media Friday night following his selection. (Click Here)

For an NFL Draft profile, click here.

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Boston College v Syracuse

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