All Entries Tagged With: "NFL Draft"

The Packers already have two defensive backs from Vanderbilt on their roster with Casey Hayward and Sean Richardson and will have the opportunity to add a few more during the NFL Draft.

The North Dakota State offensive lineman offers versatility as a college left tackle that looks to shift positions at the NFL level.

Brian Carriveau joins 107.5 The Fan in Green Bay to discuss the upcoming NFL Draft and predicts the Packers first round draft choice.

The 6' 5" and 240-pound receiver from Florida State could go as high as the first round of the NFL Draft this upcoming May.

An interview with Eric Galko of OptimumScouting.com highlights today's episode of Railbird Central.

The Missouri product is projected to be selected somewhere in mid to late Round 1 of the upcoming NFL Draft, and the Packers could be a landing spot if they want more "Elephant" end type of players.

The BYU linebacker and Matthews are represented by the same agency and have been working out together prior to the NFL Draft.

The Green Bay Packers had Northwest Missouri State cornerback Brandon Dixon in for a pre-draft visit on Monday, according to Damond Talbot of...

A native of Waupaca, Wis., Jensen helped lead North Dakota State to three consecutive national championships.

He's just 5' 10" and 189 lbs., but Cooks' 4.33 speed makes him a threat from anywhere on the field and a potential first round draft choice.

The Cheesehead TV draft guide was released earlier this week, for the first time ever including video in our digital publication.

The 6' 2" and 331-pound nose tackle from Notre Dame only had 2.5 career sacks in college, making him a question mark as a potential first round draft choice.

The Green Bay Packers will be bringing in Tennessee-Martin wide receiver Jeremy Butler for a pre-draft visit, according to Daniel Jonsson of...

Despite playing outside linebacker at Ohio State, Shazier isn't ruling out the possibility of playing an inside linebacker position in the NFL, where he could be of interest to the Green Bay Packers.

Packers director of college scouting Brian Gutekunst was reportedly at the Indiana pro day workout.

It just so happens that three of the NFL Draft's top players at their respective positions have potential red flags, and they also come at three of the positions where the Packers have their biggest needs.

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The Packers received two compensatory draft choices as a result of losing Greg Jennings and Erik Walden in free agency last year.

Grand Valley State's Hunter Charneski, who played his high school football at Notre Dame Academy in Green Bay, is trying to make the transition from college defensive lineman to NFL fullback.

Readers are curious about the depth at the wide receiver position in Green Bay now that Jones has become an Oakland Raider.

For the fourth consecutive season, we bring to you Pro Football Draft Preview, a comprehensive NFL Draft guide, more than 100 pages long with more than 300 players ranked and analyzed.

The Wisconsin star linebacker makes more sense to the Packers than the Stanford hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker who may or may not be miscast in a 3-4 defense.

Among the players the Packers watched last week were Franklin, Northern Arizona RB Zach Bauman and LB Jake Holland of Auburn.

The Wisconsin nose tackle displayed good athleticism in front of NFL scouts and coaches at Wisconsin's pro day workout.

The Wisconsin Badgers linebacker improved his numbers in the vertical and broad jumps as well as the three-cone drill.

The Minnesota defensive lineman said on Wednesday that he feels good about his meeting with the Packers from the NFL Combine.

Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert is an elite return specialist, but is he too valuable to expose to injury in such a role?

With Sam Shields allowed to escape from the Packers' grasp without so much as a tag or offer, some Packers fans are already on the verge of panic. It's time for a healthy dose of reality...and patience.

Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard and Kyle Fuller are all legitimate first-round options if Sam Shields leaves as a free agent.

If you hear that Bucannon isn't very good in coverage, take that criticism with a grain of salt. This guy is the real deal.

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