Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 585 - NFL Combine & Free Agency Chatter

As Combine week wraps up, Mike Wendlandt and Tyler Grzegorek breakdown some of the biggest movers in the wide receiver group and whether they'll be available for the Packers in Rounds 1 or 2. Plus, with Austin Hooper and Nick Kwiatkoski rumored to be targets in free agency?

As Combine week wraps up, Mike Wendlandt and Tyler Grzegorek breakdown some of the biggest movers in the wide receiver group and whether they'll be available for the Packers in Rounds 1 or 2. Plus, with Austin Hooper and Nick Kwiatkoski rumored to be targets in free agency, the guys discuss the wisdom of investing a big contract to any of this year's free agency class.

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ShooterMcGee's picture

March 01, 2020 at 05:26 pm

Does anyone know the official draft order? I see several sites with different picks for the Pack in the 6th and 7th rounds. I believe we received a 6th for Trevor Davis, we swapped 7th rounders with Cleveland for McCray, and we got Baltimores 7th for Ty Montgomery. Some sites have us receiving a 6th rounder for Reggie Gilbert while others list us getting a 7th rounder. It was a conditional pick from Tennessee so which round is it?

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

March 02, 2020 at 01:54 am

Wes Hodkiewicz reported that GB got a 6th rounder for Gilbert, listing his source as Brian Gutekunst.

https://titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/02/23/titans-pick-packers-reggie-gi...

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ShooterMcGee's picture

March 02, 2020 at 04:09 pm

Thanks for the info. Nice trade by Gute.

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sonomaca's picture

March 01, 2020 at 09:29 pm

Ok, so if it’s true that Rivera doesn’t like Haskins, and will pick a QB, is Haskins someone who might be of interest to the Pack in a trade?

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wildbill's picture

March 02, 2020 at 05:51 pm

I get wanting a good backup but we have no idea what Boyle is capable of and there is nothing that says Haskins would be an upgrade.

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March 02, 2020 at 11:10 am

After signing an NFL starter TE and Joe Schobert( pairing him at ILB with Ty Summers) as FAs, I'd release both JG and ML. Come draft day I'd seek a team to deal our pick at 30 in rd.1 to, for a high 2nd rd. pick ,say,39-40.We would likely get that team's 3rd pick ,and maybe another late pick. With the 2nd we swapped for, I'd pick the highest rated WR on our board. With our original 2nd rd. pick I'd take A J Dillon. I don't believe he will last till our (projected) pick in the beginning of the 3rd rd.( say, at 73). With the acquired 3rd rd. pick ,I'd go Khalil Davis. I posted on The Athletic last fall about both Davis and Dillon and others that I was high on, the combine testing merely confirms why I liked them. With our own 3rd, I'd take Kenny Willekes from MSU. The walk-on who became an All-American can serve several roles for GB. First, though he's thought of as a 4-3 DE ,when Zadarius lines up in the middle of the formation we could have Willekes line up at end with his hand on the ground. Secondly, if anything can light a fire under Gary, getting shown up by a former walk-on(a Spartan no less) should do it. I think he's a lost cause though. I did not like him before the 2019 draft or after it and posted so on Bob McGinn's site. But I would like to be proven wrong, as it would mean good things for the Packers. If Davis is gone before our pick in the 3rd, I'd take OSU DT Davon Hamilton, who I feel is flying well under the radar and offers great possibilities in the middle of our defense. In the 4th I'd go Charlie Heck, an OT. He's the son of 11 year NFL OL Andy Heck ,who currently coaches the Chiefs O-line. The sons of NFL O-linemen often see success in the NFL, for obvious reasons. He needs strength work and is a year away, IMO. In the 5th, I take Tanner Muse, the Safety from Clemson . At 6-2 and 230,he provides tremendous coverage ability and the ability to come down in the box in run support. He's gone through the rigorous selection process at (arguably) the top college program of the last 3 years. He will provide scheme diverse talent for Pettine.I take Javelin Guidry in the 6th . A strong, stocky, frame ,blazing speed this CB will excel at covering kicks while he's being coached up by the staff.I know that these are all subjective on my part. Most of these players will be available in slots suggested by me and I am only a hobbyist when it comes to all this. Of course, this scenario is contingent on trading back our first draft pick, which unfortunately, from my perspective, is unlikely to occur.

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