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: Pick 209, Simon Stepaniak OL, IU

With Pick #209 in the 6th Round of 2020 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers choose Simon Stepaniak, OL, Indiana University. Stepaniak was a monster at the NFL Combine, lifting 225 LBs 37 times. That was good for #2 at the Combine! He possesses good size, 6’4″ 321 LBs, with obviously great strength. Stepaniak started […]

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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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LempsTalkinPack: Remolding Underway In Green Bay

Chris Lempesis is back to break down the Packers two selections on day two of the 2020 NFL Draft, running back AJ Dillon and tight end Josiah Deguara. He tells you why those selections show, without a doubt, that a remolding of the roster is in full swing You can follow Chris on twitter at […]

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BREAKING: Packers select A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College 62nd overall

Analysis: I was waiting and waiting for the announcement that the Packers were trading up to select a wideout. It seemed to go quickly, but it took nearly 2 and a half hours for all the prospects I was excited about to fall off the board without a trade. In the end, the Packers selected […]

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Pulse of the Pack: Packers Fall in Love in Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft

Jacob, Jason and guest Jake Morley recap the Packers first-round selection of Utah State quarterback Jordan Love, a pick that GM Brian Gutekunst traded up four spots to make.  We now know who the heir apparent to Aaron Rodgers is.  The guys share their reactions and thoughts on how the Packers will navigate the quarterback situation. […]

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