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The final player left to sign his rookie deal with the Packers is now under contract just days before training camp begins.
In this week’s Packers Rookie Preview, Tyler takes a look at former South Carolina EDGE Kinglsey "JJ" Enagbare.
NFL Draft 2022
In this week’s rookie preview, Tyler takes a look at North Dakota State wide receiver Christian Watson.
The ability for the Packers to play multiple fronts with the same personnel is what was missing last season
The near annual leaking of Dallas’ draft board provides some context on Packers players.
Sending two second picks to move up is aggressive by any means, but when the picks are sent to an arch-rival, the player you’re taking has to be special. Will Christian Watson fit that bill.
The 28th overall pick is also the first player selected in this year’s first round to sign his contract.
Green Bay’s new pass-blockers shined in good-on-good matchups.
Using average and weighted average RAS numbers for the last few years, we can see how the Packers’ athleticism preferences continue to dominate their draft strategy.
LB Quay Walker and WR Christian Watson lead the way.
The Packers have 11 picks heading into Thursday night. Keep it here as we track all of the selections and trades throughout the weekend.
Toure contributed as a receiver and punt gunner in his one year at Nebraska.
Packers add another offensive lineman in the seventh
The Packers take a late-round flyer on a defensive lineman.
Green Bay drafted yet another player who came to visit the Packers during the pre-draft process.
Enagbare was one of the highest-rated players left on the consensus draft board.
Romeo Doubs and Zach Tom feel like they could well be the next great Packers fourth-round steals.
The Packers continue to add promising offensive linemen.
Green Bay starts Day 3 the same way they started Day 2: picking a pass-catcher.
Watson’s number assignment changed after initially being announced as wearing 82.
Aaron Rodgers finally has another weapon. Was it worth the price tag?
Quay Walker is a double sink. Christian Watson is a washer-dryer with Bluetooth and WiFi.
"Obviously, he’s a big, fast, physical receiver. We think his best football is ahead of him."
The Packers valued exceptional hair and athleticism on the offensive line with their third-round draft selection.
Watson and the Packers were linked from the combine until the draft, so the pick shouldn’t be much of a surprise even if it might have been a little soon.
Join APC on Twitter spaces throughout day 2 of the draft tonight as we follow along with all of Friday’s picks.
Both players will get to keep the same numbers that they wore in college.