2017 SeasonAll times ET

2017 Schedule
10-6, 1st in NFC North

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The Packers didn't make a 1st-round selection for the first time since 2008. That year they made their first pick at 36, taking WR Jordy Nelson.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how Ted Thompson said he "feels good" about where the Packers are after trading out of the first round.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers GM Ted Thompson said he likes having the first pick in tomorrow's second round but that doesn't necessarily mean he won't trade back again. "I think it's very good strategy wise."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers GM Ted Thompson could tell us right now who he's going to pick tomorrow even though he now has the first pick in the second round after trading back. "I don't have that answer, honestly," Thompson said. "I would like to look at that board a little more. We felt like the board was strong enough to absorb it. I don't think it's just one name we would consider."

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers have the first pick Friday night. RBs Dalvin Cook, Alvin Kamara, Joe Mixon among those available should they decide to go that way.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

This is the first time the Packers won't pick in the first round since 2008, when they moved back and took Jordy Nelson in the second. That worked out OK.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have traded back. They moved from No. 29 back to No. 33 – the first pick of the second round. They also got No. 108, the first pick of the fourth round. That tells you that GM Ted Thompson had plenty of his players still on the board.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Now there's five cornerbacks gone with Tre'Davious White to Buffalo at No. 27.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers would have loved Takk McKinley. Do they still want a pass rusher? If so, they'll probably take T.J. Watt. Other pass-rush choices are Kansas State's Jordan Willis and Houston's Tyus Bowser.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Still don't see the Packers taking a running back at No. 29, but Dalvin Cook, Alvin Kamara and Joe Mixon all could be considered first-round talents.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

If the Packers want a cornerback, which is perceived as their biggest need, there could be plenty of choices: Kevin King, Tre'Davious White, Quincy Wilson, Chidobe Awuzie and Sidney Jones all could be there at No. 29.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

If it came down to Takk McKinley and T.J. Watt, the sense is the Packers would go with McKinley if he's there at No. 29.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Charles Harris is gone at No. 22 to Miami, but the Packers still could take a pass rusher at No. 29. Takk McKinley and T.J. Watt could both be on the board. If they're both there, the sense is they would go with McKinley.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Lots of outside linebackers available after first 14 picks. Expect a pass-rush run soon. If not, teams picking in late first (Packers, Steelers) will be pleased.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers should love the way the first dozen picks have unfolded, assuming their intention is to address their defense. Only four defensive players – Myles Garrett, Solomon Thomas, Jamal Adams and Marshon Lattimore – have come off the board.

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Justis Mosqueda, Bleacher Report

Justis Mosqueda joins Gabe to talk about his CheeseheadTV piece on "Being Ted Thompson" and the types of players the Packers will likely draft by position.

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17h

Tarek Saleh, Wisconsin Badgers

The Badgers' all-time sack leader joins Homer and Gabe to talk about former Badger defensive stars and current NFL hopefuls TJ Watt and Vince Biegel.

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Tim Van Vooren, Fox 6 Sports Reporter

TVV joins Homer and Gabe to make a few NFL Draft predictions and discuss the Packers, Badger prospects, and Game 6 between the Bucks and Raptors.

2017 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
2(1)
2(29)
3(29)
4(1)
4(28)
5(29)
5(39)
6(29)
7(29)

Team Stats

Passing Yards262.47th
Rushing Yards106.320th
Points For27.04th
Points Against24.321st