And away we go! It’s the 2015 NFL Draft and we’re going to tell you what we think as it happens, with out special Green Bay Packers slant. Let’s get it on!
The Green Bay Packers may move out of the first round of the NFL Draft, according to reports. That would be perfectly fine with us because of Ted Thompson’s record.
Missouri defensive end Shane Ray is going to drop in the draft because of a marijuana citation. He might just drop all the way to the Green Bay Packers.
Members of the Green Bay Packers front office are reportedly pushing for Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman and Utah cornerback Eric Rowe in the first round.
Here’s your chance to chime in and tell the Green Bay Packers what to do with their first-round draft pick. Tell us which position and individual, if you have one.
The Green Bay Packers draft hat for 2015 has a new twist, which makes it the perfect way for you to waste $35 of your hard-earned money. A real must-have item!
While everyone else is suggesting the Green Bay Packers will go inside linebacker or cornerback in the first round, defensive line is actually their biggest need.
The NFL Draft is right around the corner and everyone assumes the Green Bay Packers will go defense in round one. GM Ted Thompson’s words seem to suggest otherwise.
We’re wrapping up our mini profiles of the Green Bay Packers 2015 pre-draft visits with this group of studs. Actually, there’s one interesting name on the list — Jesse James.
The 2015 NFL Draft is now 11 days away. We shift our attention to Round 2 of the draft by first taking a look at Ted Thompson’s past success in this round.
With the NFL Draft just 12 days away, we’ll finish our focus on the Round 1 by looking at the players that everyone else is saying the Packers will take.
The Green Bay Packers continue to line up impressive names for pre-draft visits. The latest list of players consists of R.J. Harris, Rodney Gunter and Joey Mbu. Who? Find out here.
The Green Bay Packers are lining up pre-draft visits. The latest guys to get a call are Ricky Collins, Matt LaCrosse, Darius Kilgo, Darryl Roberts and Tray Walker. Here’s what you need to know about them.
With the 2015 Packer Draft approaching, in our continuing draft series, we rank all the positions on the team in order of draft priority. Here we go.
The 2015 NFL Draft is only 22 days away. Once again, Ted Thompson would be wise to pick the best player available when the Packers’ draft spot comes up.
The Green Bay Packers will reportedly bring Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty in for a pre-draft visit. That should tell you a couple things about the Packers’ way of thinking.
The Green Bay Packers, either through player losses, inactivity or just having bad players, have developed four holes on their team. Here are the positions that need improvement.
The Green Bay Packers really scored by sitting out free agency again last year. They were awarded two sixth-round compensatory picks in this year’s draft because of their usual inactivity.
With the NFL Draft just over a month away, we start our draft series for 2015 by analyzing the stats and determining which areas the Packers need to improve.
Green Bay appears serious about bringing the NFL Draft to town and it looks like the Green Bay Packers are as well. They’ve already contacted the league.