All Entries Tagged With: "Packers Draft"

It's no secret that the Green Bay Packers seemed to actively address two traits in their NFL draft selections in 2017—specifically, at defensive back—that have been missing from the roster in recent years: speed and length. The question now is whether those traits, which second-round cornerback selection Kevin King displays in spades, can win out for a starting role on Green Bay's defense in 2017.

With just two days to go until the 2017 NFL draft officially gets underway, there's a completely understandable amount of mock draft fatigue right...

Opinions on how the Packers will use their first-round draft selection at No. 29 overall—or whether they'll even keep it—are all over the place a...

With the Cheesehead TV draft guide, Christmas came eight months early this year. It got me thinking of potential mid-round picks for Green Bay. 

Given the moves that the Packers have made in free agency, it's looking more and more likely the the team could address the guard position in the...

General manager Ted Thompson has finally realized how fun it can be to add outside players in free agency, having inked tight ends Martellus...

I had a long and in-depth Surviving Sunday post saved and ready to go, but it appears to have disappeared into thin air....

A few different NFL media members have reported that the Packers are looking to move the veteran tackle inside. 

Dear Packers draft picks and undrafted free agents:

Baby Czech No. 2 is due on Thursday, NFL draft night. If he arrives during the draft, it will give me the opportunity to immediately begin teaching...

Pinning down the prospects most likely to be drafted—and in what order—by any franchise is difficult, but especially so for the Packers, whose...

Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson recently promoted Eliot Wolf.  Thompson insisted that the promotion had nothing to do with a succession plan.  But with a flexible young dynamo like Eliot Wolf ready and waiting in the wings, is there really any reason to wait?

When it comes to building a championship team Ted Thompson has become a contented man and that is not a good thing for the Green Bay Packers or their fans.

The ESPN writer Bill Barnwell has an interesting take on Ted Thompson's organizational philosophy. 

With an eye toward the future Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson pulled one of his many surprises on draft day 2015 when he selected Oklahoma fullback Aaron Ripkowski in the 6th round.  The payoff from that selection will likely come as soon as this season.

Since the Green Bay Packers lost Finley to a neck injury almost three years ago their production from the tight end position has varied between adequate and poor - and Packers general manager has failed to replace Finley's big play ability in the tight end position.

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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.

At the NFL Combine, the Mississippi wide receiver ran a 4.40-second 40 time, which is rather remarkable at 6'2" and 221 lbs. He's a tremendous athlete and has a lot of upside.

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

It would take a king's ransom to trade up to the first or second pick of the NFL Draft to take a player like Clowney.

A reader asks to pick between Washington State's Deone Bucannon and Northern Illinois' Jimmie Ward.

Readers want to know about the defensive lineman from Minnesota, who's name is being attached to the Packers in the run up to the NFL draft.

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