The Green Bay Packers are inking draft picks left and right before the rookies hit the practice field for their first practice of rookie camp.
The Green Bay Packers selection of Datone Jones in the first round was about getting faster. That, and other draft notes from a wild weekend.
Everyone else is grading the draft, so why shouldn’t we? Never mind that these guys haven’t played a game yet, we’ll grade them anyway! Packers, Vikings, Lions and Bears.
We know which areas the Green Bay Packers think they’re lacking in by looking at their draft. That means these guys are on notice. The losers and the winners after the weekend of madness.
The Green Bay Packers selected some guys in the sixth and seventh-rounds yesterday, but we were too tired of looking at Mel Kiper to care. Here’s the wrap.
The Green Bay Packers selected Mississippi State defensive tackle Josh Boyd in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Here’s what we know about Boyd.
The Green Bay Packers picked cornerback Micah Hyde with their first fifth-round pick. Although they don’t need a cornerback, Hyde is a value pick. Here’s what we know.
The Green Bay Packers traded back into the fourth round of the NFL Draft and grabbed UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin. This guy is dynamic!
The Green Bay Packers grabbed another offensive lineman — Cornell guard J.C. Tretter — with their second fourth-round pick. Here’s what we know.
The Green Bay Packers selected Colorado tackle David Bakhtiari in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. Here’s what we know and how he fits in.
The Green Bay Packers made one pick on the second day of the draft and then decided they were done, trading their third-round pick to Miami for three picks.
The Green Bay Packers got their running back in the second round of the NFL Draft, when Eddie Lacy tumbled to them at No. 61. Here’s the lowdown.
The Green Bay Packers selected defensive end Datone Jones with their first-round pick. Here’s a look at the book on Jones and how he’ll fit in.
There are a lot of options being tossed around for the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft, including leaving the round altogether. Here’s a look.
The Green Bay Packers are too soft. You know it, I know it and Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy know it. That should tell you something about their draft strategy this year.
Ted Thompson is a master drafter. Yeah, right. His results in the past two drafts have been pathetic. The Green Bay Packers need to reverse that trend to remain competitive.
Who will the Green Bay Packers choose in the first round of the 2013 draft? We look at what the experts have to say and preview the most-likely picks for the Packers.
The Green Bay Packers desperately need an impact player, regardless of what position he plays. That makes the best player available philosophy even more important this year.
The Green Bay Packers do nothing approach to free agency now makes total sense. The team is trying to pile up compensatory picks to draft gems like these.
Who you got for the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft? We tabbed Alabama running back Eddie Lacy in our first mock of the year.