A report in The Wall Street Journal ranks the Green Bay Packers last in the 32-team National Football League based on the Wonderlic intelligence scores of the players currently on the roster.
The Packers' average score on the 50-question standardized test typically administered to players when they're entering the N-F-L Draft was 19.1. The report indicated that nine players had scores below 14.
Ranked barely ahead of the Packers were Arizona and Kansas City.
Packers linebacker Na'il Diggs dismissed the rankings when told about them after practice. He says he knows of some players who scored high on the test and didn't do well in the N-F-L ... so he doesn't put much stock in it.