The Green Bay Packers' 2017 draft class -- by their performance through the first half of the season -- bodes well for the future core of the team.
The 2017 Green Bay Packers surely have their faults, but just take a look around the league. It's filled with teams with all kinds of holes and mediocrity.
The Green Bay Packers' 2017 draft class has been tabbed as having seven year-one contributors by one scout. Is it that legit? It better be, for the Packers' sake.
The Green Bay Packers fooled everyone when they took safety Josh Jones in the second round. What was the reasoning? We have some theories.
The Green Bay Packers had a number of roster holes to plug through the NFL Draft. How did they fare? Better at some positions than others.
Nowhere do undrafted free agents have a better chance of making the team than with the Green Bay Packers. Here's a look at the 2017 class.
In rounds six and seven of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers took fliers on some players with interesting histories. Here are their stories.
Anyone who thought the Green Bay Packers were going to draft a running back high now looks pretty foolish. The Packers appear content to go with what they have.
The Green Bay Packers added a receiver in the fifth round. He is Purdue's DeAngelo Yancey, who may have flown under the radar, but also might be a reach.
The Green Bay Packers addressed their running back depth in the fourth round, choosing BYU's Jamaal Williams. Sounds like a great fit for the team's scheme.
The Green Bay Packers got their edge rusher in the fourth round in Wisconsin Badgers linebacker Vince Biegel. He's undersized, but there's a lot to like.
Green Bay Packers third-round pick Montravius Adams had himself a good Friday. Not only did he get the call from Green Bay, he did so after his son arrived.
The Green Bay Packers were going to add to the defensive line at some point. They did so with third-round pick Montravius Adams. Here's the lowdown.
The Green Bay Packers continue to focus on their secondary, making their second second-round pick North Carolina State safety Josh Jones. Here's the lowdown.
The Green Bay Packers filled a need by selecting Washington cornerback Kevin King with the first pick in the second round. Here's what we know about him.
A quick look at who the Green Bay Packers missed out on by trading out of the NFL Draft's first round and who the likely targets at No. 33 now are.