BREAKING: Packers select Jonathan Garvin, EDGE, Miami 242nd overall

Analysis:With Kyler Fackrell’s departure in free agency, the Green Bay Packers have an opening at the EDGE4 position. The Packers used their final draft pick on Miami (FL.) edge rusher Jonathan “Spider” Garvin to compete with Tim Williams, Randy Ramsey, and Greg Roberts for that rotational role. Called “Spider” due to his length and athleticism, […]

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Breaking: Packers select Minnesota LB Kamal Martin 175th overall

The Green Bay Packers have selected former Minnesota Golden Gophers linebacker Kamal Martin with the 175th overall pick. Analysis: After a curious first two days in the 2020 NFL Draft, Brian Gutekunst finally fills a need in the fifth round. A former first team all-state quarterback in high school, Martin switched to linebacker in his […]

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BREAKING: Green Bay Packers select Jake Hanson, C, Oregon in Round 6, Pick 208

Analysis: After using their first of 3 sixth round picks on an offensive linemen, the Green Bay Packers continued to bolster their offensive line by adding depth and selecting Center, Jake Hanson from the University of Oregon with the 208th pick. Jake Hanson was considered to be the number 10 best center in the draft. […]

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BREAKING: Packers Select Jon Runyan Jr., Mich., OT in 6th

Analysis: After spending their top two picks on future needs the Packers finally began addressing some immediate needs. In the third, they found a potential partner for Jace Sternberger, had no pick in the fourth and in the fifth picked up an ILB. With their first of three sixth-round picks, the Packers selected Jon Runyan […]

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BREAKING: Green Bay Packers select Jordan Love, QB, Utah State 26th overall

Analysis: With the long wait that having the 30th pick entails, the Green Bay Packers decided to move up four spots in a trade with the Miami Dolphins (#26 for #30 and #136) to select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. While the need for a quarterback was not pressing, Green Bay was noted to have […]

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Don’t Expect the Packers to Stay Put in Round One

Don’t count on the Green Bay Packers staying put for their 30th overall pick for Thursday’s draft. General Manager Brian Gutekunst likes being aggressive in the first round, and he won’t hesitate to make a move if necessary. “I think we’ll be able to be aggressive as we need to be,” Gutekunst said during a […]

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