2017 NFL Draft
The Packers didn't draft an edge rusher early, but they landed a promising one to kick off Day 3.
The Packers added to the defensive backfield and got help up front as well.
There are plenty of prospects still out there for the Packers to target with the first pick of day three.
Packers added a pass rushing Defensive Lineman, but motivation will be the question.
You can bet that this will go down as one of the best days in Montravius Adams’ life.
Jones brought up the current Packer as a player he hopes to emulate at the NFL level.
The Packers are excited about their new safety, and feel that he can play in a number of different places on the defense.
Packers added an athletic, versatile piece to their secondary.
Chicago area Chipotles are about to get a lot busier.
The newest Packer is excited about his new NFL home after having a long wait during the day on Friday.
The Packers front office were concerned about missing on King if they moved back again, so they stayed put and landed an impressive athlete.
The Packers took a raw player with their first selection of the 2017 NFL Draft, but they mitigated some of the risk by trading down.
Green Bay adds a corner with length and athleticism to burn with their first pick.
No team in the division drafts more players than Green Bay, and they also have the most picks in the first four rounds of the draft during Ted Thompson’s tenure.
Apparently there were no other teams trying to move up to the second pick ahead of Chicago.
There is no smoking on these premises, Mr. Thompson.
There are a couple of running backs in the mix, but the order seems to be CB/OLB or vice versa for projections in round two.
Packers GM says the team had a chance to “add meat” and took advantage of it.
Green Bay traded down and out of Round 1 for a 4th round pick. So who’s left at 33?
Green Bay now has nine picks, but they hold all the cards throughout the day on Friday with the first pick of day two.
Green Bay has moved back out of round one and will make their first selection of the year with the first pick of day two of the draft.
An NFC North rival of the Packers’ landed an agile, fast linebacker who can play all three downs.
This move was...surprising.
Here’s the full order for round one as it stands on Thursday afternoon.
The Packers need help at corner, and one well-informed veteran beat writer believes Kevin King could address that void.
Here is what you need to know to get ready for this spring’s selection meeting.
Another analyst apparently sees running back as a big need for Ted Thompson’s roster.
Will the Packers stay put and make their pick or trade back? Will they go for an edge rusher, a corner, or something completely different? APC puts some predictions on the record.
The Packers most recently used the 61st pick in 2013, and got a few good seasons out of a lead runner for their trouble.