Green Bay’s draft picks in all three phases will factor into the team’s ability to make the postseason, especially on defense.
Join APC in the comments here as we follow along with the Packers’ picks on day three of the 2018 NFL Draft.
Although two intriguing corners were eligible for Wednesday’s Supplemental Draft, neither one landed in Green Bay.
The Packers sent at least one representative to Western Michigan to watch the talented cornerback work out.
One of the biggest flaws of the Thompson era was banking on developmental corners to hit.
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2018 NFL Draft
The Packers have just two draft picks left to sign after Jaire Alexander agreed to a contract.
The Packers locked up their top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to his rookie deal.
Despite some high-pedigree players and big names, don’t expect major contributions for Green Bay’s mid-round draftees.
The safety-turned-linebacker could change how the Packers defend the middle of the field, but he has become a bit of a forgotten man in this year’s draft class.
The first of three long, athletic receivers selected brings intriguing traits that should factor into the Packers’ offense sooner rather than later.
We have no idea if any of these rookies are going to great or terrible, so how can we decide how good this draft was? Easy: grade the process.
Which UDFAs could end up with a spot on the Packers’ 53-man roster or practice squad in 2018?
Here are some interesting notes and tidbits surrounding the Packers’ 2018 draft class.
Given the construction of the roster and some subtle hints since the draft, it’s logical to wonder if Jackson’s skills suit him to a rover role.
Landing Josh Jackson in round two is one of the moves that draws significant praise from our writers.
Paul Noonan discusses what the NFL gets wrong about how and when to punt and why the Packers’ 5th-round pick was a mistake even if JK Scott is good at what he does.
Keep up with all of the UDFA craziness, which is just getting underway.
All but one of the incoming Packers players has his jersey number.
Green Bay finally found an edge rusher with their last pick in this year’s draft.
That’s two specialists in one draft for the Packers.
Green Bay finally went back to defense after a day full of wide receiver picks.
Three big, fast receivers in one draft. Why not?
This was the third fifth round pick for the Packers.
Green Bay suddenly has a punting competition to hold this summer.
Green Bay gets a player who can pass-protect from day one, a critical quality for a player to earn early playing time in front of Aaron Rodgers.
The Missouri prospect only ran 4.6, but has special burst and agility at 6’3 and 207 pounds.
Green Bay is bolstering its offensive line with the first pick in round five.
Green Bay got its big wide receiver in the fourth round.
How do analysts and APC readers view the Packers’ picks so far?
The Packers still haven’t made any additions to the offensive line, receiving corps, or pass rush.
The Packers boast a treasure trove of picks on the last day of the draft. Here are players they could tab to fill out their class.
The Packers landed über-athletic linebacker Oren Burks, suggesting that 2017 second-rounder Josh Jones could see more time as a traditional safety moving forward.
GM Brian Gutekunst makes another move to improve the Packers’ defense
Josh Jackson has the best playmaking skills of any corner in the draft, following the trend the Packers kicked off in the first round with Jaire Alexander’s selection.
GM Brian Gutekunst adds more talent to previously depleted secondary
The moves for Jaire Alexander left the Packers without a third round pick. Here’s how they can rectify that situation.
Brian Gutekunst did at least two things Ted Thompson likely wouldn’t have done on Thursday night and it made the rest of their draft much easier.
After getting Louisville CB Jaire Alexander, who will be available to fill additional needs for Green Bay?
Green Bay’s new head football honcho addresses his first draft transactions as GM.