Coming into the 2015 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers were set with nine selections. They held the 30th pick in each round of the draft, along with two sixth-round compensatory selections.
In 2014, Packers GM Ted Thompson did something rather out of character for him - he did not make a single trade during the draft. That inaction stands in stark contrast to the 2013 draft, in which Thompson made four trades and ended up with 11 picks. This year, he made a single trade, moving up on day three to get a quarterback project for head coach Mike McCarthy.
Here's the full list of the Packers' 2015 draft picks:
|1||30||30||Damarious Randall||DB||Arizona State||Senior|
|2||30||62||Quinten Rollins||DB||Miami (OH)||Senior|
|6 (comp)||34||210||Christian Ringo||DE||Louisiana-Lafayette||Senior|
|6 (comp)||37||213||Kennard Backman||TE||Alabama-Birmingham||Senior|
The Packers traded their fifth-round pick (#166 overall) and seventh-round pick (#247 overall) to the New England Patriots for a fifth-round selection (#147 overall)
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