Aaron Rodgers has talked to the Jets, and as the football world awaits what seems increasingly likely, the 2023 NFL Draft is also bearing down upon us. And while there are plenty of unknowns in the draft process, the NFL Combine appeared to clear up at least a few of those questions.
Well, maybe it did. Athletic testing can be a little bit of a fraught proposition, and as the pre-draft process gets increasingly sophisticated the combine events are less of a true test of athletic ability and more a showcase of who does a good job preparing for what amounts to a series of minigames.
Still, given what we know about the Packers’ preferences regarding specific thresholds for size and athletic ability, we can get at least some idea of who the Packers might be looking at in the draft. We’re a little bit more informed than we were a week ago, which is about all we can hope for at this point in the NFL calendar.
Short list of Packers-specific draft prospects following NFL combine | Packers Wire
Here’s a nice overview at some of the prospects who seem to align with what the Packers like in the NFL Draft.
2023 NFL mock draft: Todd McShay’s first-round pick predictions | ESPN+ ($)
McShay still thinks the Packers will go with Notre Dame tight end Michael Mayer.
2023 NFL trades that should happen: Aaron Rodgers to Jets, Kirk Cousins to 49ers and eight other deals | CBS Sports
Aaron Rodgers is the most notable possible trade, but he’s not the only one who might be worth moving this offseason
2023 NFL free agency: Players who could be underpriced, overpriced | NFL.com
A nice free agency primer with the added bonus of the official mouthpiece of the NFL taking some odd shots at NFL players. Weird!
Bills Must Do More to Protect Josh Allen | Football Outsiders
Football Outsiders is doing a division-by-division look at team needs, and this one digs into exactly why the Jets might be interested in adding QB talent.
‘Project Play 60’ set for Saturday, March 11 in Lambeau Field Atrium | Packers.com
A kid-oriented event is coming to Lambeau Field this month.
Idaho men trade jerseys in 4.44 seconds to earn world record | UPI
Jersey swaps are a fun tradition among pro athletes, but this is an extra speedy interpretation.