A Green Bay Packers seven-round mock draft, free agency predictions and a closer look at Davante Adams’ contract all inside the Packers News Report.
While eight teams prepare for Wild Card Weekend, Green Bay is searching for a new general manager and defensive coordinator. The future GM will be busy right away preparing for free agency and the 2018 NFL Draft.
The draft is under four months away, and that time will go quickly. Who could the team take in each round? That question becomes all the more interesting with a higher draft pick. Green Bay owns the 14th overall pick in the first round.
Thursday’s Packers News Report features our latest mock draft, how the Pack are saving cap room with the Davante Adams and Corey Linsley contracts, and more.
Packers news and notes from around FanSided
Packers seven-round mock draft entering offseason [Lombardi Ave]
Who could Green Bay select in April’s draft? First the team must find a new general manager, but before then Lombardi Ave’s Evan Siegel explores some of the options the Packers will have in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Free agency: Who Green Bay should re-sign, let walk [Lombardi Ave]
Before the draft comes free agency. Not only is it important to look to bring in new talent from elsewhere, but as the past couple of years have shown us, Green Bay can’t afford to let good players leave the building. Having already re-signed Davante Adams and Corey Linsley, who’s next? And who should the team let walk?
More Packers news and notes from around the internet
Packers save cap room with Davante Adams, Corey Linsley deals [PackersNews.com – Tom Silverstein]
Green and Bold: You can’t always keep your homegrown talent [Cheesehead TV – Michelle Bruton]
Davante Adams’ new deal with Packers puts him at No. 4 on WR pay scale [ESPN – Rob Demovsky]
Mike McCarthy’s defensive coordinator dilemma [Packers Wire – Zach Kruse]
"It might be a tough sell for McCarthy to convince a veteran defensive coordinator – such as Vic Fangio, for example – to sign on for what could be only one year."
No scouting background required for next Packers general manager [PackersNews.com – Tom Silverstein]
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