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Quarterbacks are extremely valuable, and teams do not draft enough of them.
Brian Gutekunst made no secret of the team’s desire to add receiver talent this offseason, yet even with a quiet draft, the Packers offense is cruising. They were right to believe their own players would be good enough, but that’s not quite a defense of the draft ... yet.
2020 NFL Draft
The Packers inked the first member of their nine-man draft class to his rookie contract.
One of the Packers’ final picks of the draft could provide some upside in filling the team’s revolving door at hybrid linebacker, while providing depth at safety and on special teams.
The list of quarterbacks picked in the range where Green Bay took Jordan Love is perilously small. But the "why" matters. Why did those players fail and is Love likely to fail where they did? We dug in to find out.
Brian Gutekunst has overseen a significant shift towards athleticism in the Packers’ draft strategy. Has it worked?
Once again, the Packers’ draft class is littered with elite athletes, with only one player who had enough testing results earning an RAS below 8.
Simply seeking answers from the Shanahan coaching tree explains the Packers’ current straetgy.
As crazy as it initially seemed, there was and is sound reasoning behind the Packers taking their quarterback of the future
The catastrophic 2020 Packer draft committed every draft day sin imaginable.
While the team’s 7th-round safety got a hallowed set of digits, the top picks have an opportunity to carve out some new franchise history.
Green Bay’s draft route didn’t follow conventional thought, but it revealed the Packers’ eye toward the future.
This year’s undrafted class covers nearly every position and includes several productive FBS players as well as five who attended the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
Peter King says Brian Gutekunst was worried about another team jumping ahead of the Packers to select Jordan Love.
Follow along with the Packers’ acquisition of undrafted free agents here.
Green Bay’s top personnel man explained that after the big early runs at receiver, the team just didn’t see the rest of the class as being as good as others did.
Green Bay selects the Miami edge rusher with its final pick of the draft.
The Packers went back to the defense, grabbing an athletic defensive back.
The Packers loaded up on the O-line with three picks close together in the sixth. Here’s how analysts look at these players in the NFL.
Scout Brandian Ross praised Kamal Martin’s ability to line up against tight ends, but the former Minnesota linebacker also loves special teams.
The Packers get the son of a former Pro Bowler in round six.
Like most players drafted in round five or later, Martin has some limitations, but his size and aggressive attitude offer reasons for optimism.
Green Bay found a long off-ball linebacker in round five.
After going all offense on days one and two — and at unexpected positions — the Packers will likely look to bolster other needs on the draft’s final day.
The Packers’ GM alluded to some narrow misses on wide receivers in the early rounds of the 2020 Draft, but believes that the players they did pick on Friday can help the team immediately.
Dillon and the person who scouted him for the Packers spoke to the media about the team’s second-round selection.
Green Bay grabbed another role player for their offense on day two of the draft.
The Packers went with a running back — yes a running back — with their second pick of the 2020 draft.
After a stunning move up for a quarterback in round one on Thursday, the Packers are back at it today with a pair of picks. Keep it here at APC as we follow along with all of them.
After sleeping on it, the guys gather to give their reactions to the Packers trading up for QB Jordan Love.
Brian Gutekunst didn’t address any pressing 2020 issues in the first round of the draft, so who are the players he could tab on Day 2 who could do that?
Brian Gutekunst said that he followed the board. That likely means that a few picks in the late first all but cleared out the players with first-round grades on that board.
The newest Packer has no shortage of raw athletic and arm talent, and the GM weighed in on why he made the pick he did in round one of the 2020 NFL Draft.
The Vikings got one of the top wide outs in the draft and added a solid cornerback.
Green Bay traded up to the 26th pick on day one of the 2020 NFL Draft and may have found its heir to Aaron Rodgers.