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Schefter: Packers Open to Trading Up

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Schefter: Packers Open to Trading Up

For what it's worth, ESPN's Adam Schefter says the Green Bay Packers are open to trading up in the NFL Draft, presumably in tonight's first round.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet tw-align-center"><p>Teams open to trading up if right player is there include Jacksonville, Buffalo, Philadelphia, San Diego, New England, Green Bay.</p>&mdash; Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) <a href="" data-datetime="2012-04-26T19:17:35+00:00">April 26, 2012</a></blockquote>

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This certainly doesn't mean a deal is going to go down with 100% certainty, but it's always fun to speculate, right?

So who might the Packers be thinking of grabbing? Hmm...


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Mark's picture

Or Barron

D B H's picture

Brockers...if he makes it past Dallas at 14

Evan's picture

Getting in front of the Pats would be a good call.

Pats rule's picture

Pats are masters of the draft. all bow to King Bill!

Evan's picture

Not counting 2008-2011

SoCal PackFan's picture

Thompson is no slouch

Jay's picture

how's that 2009 trade workin out for you?

Lucky953's picture

Let the football gods smile upon us and let Melvin Ingram slide past 15

Beep's picture

This just in...TT is also open to trading down. This also in, TT might stay where he's at.

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