Packers Trade With Dolphins, Move Back Out of Third Round

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

The Packers are now done selecting players for the evening.

The Green Bay Packers have traded back with the Miami Dolphins, giving up the 93rd pick to move back into the fourth round. With this trade, the Packers are now finished with their selections for the second day of the 2013 Draft. Here are the terms of the trade:

Miami Dolphins receive:

93rd overall pick

Green Bay Packers receive:

109th overall pick, 146th pick, 226th pick

Here is the Packers draft board as it stands after three rounds. The Packers will be active early and often in tomorrow's final portion of the draft.

Round Pick # Overall Selection
1 26 26 Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
2 29 61 Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
4 12 109
4 25 122
5 13 146
5 26 159
5 34 167
6 5 173
6 25 193
7 10 216
7 18 226
7 26 232

Check out all of Acme Packing Company's draft coverage: 2013 NFL Draft Central | Green Bay Selects Datone Jones in First Round | Packers' Team Needs | Prospect Film Study Profiles | Packers' Complete Draft Order

Keep an eye on the news about quarterback Aaron Rodgers' new contract extension

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