Packers roundup: Why to re-sign Bryan Bulaga, seven-round mock draft

Green Bay Packers GM Brian Gutekunst (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers GM Brian Gutekunst (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Monday, Jan 27.

Welcome to the Packers News Report.

Today’s report includes a seven-round mock draft by Dairyland Express, the importance of re-signing right tackle Bryan Bulaga this offseason, a closer look at Green Bay’s salary cap situation ahead of free agency, and a lot more.

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News and notes from around FanSided

Green Bay Packers: Seven-round mock draft simulation and big takeaways (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)

Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express has put together a seven-round mock draft, with Green Bay addressing its biggest needs on both sides of the ball.

Free agency 2020: Importance of re-signing Bryan Bulaga (Lombardi Ave)

Bryan Bulaga will become a free agent in the spring, and I wrote about why it’s important to re-sign him this offseason.

Everything you need to know about 2020 salary cap room (Dairyland Express – Brian Sampson)

Brian Sampson of Dairyland Express takes a closer look at the salary cap. What can we expect in free agency, and how much cap room does the team have to work with?

Free agency: Austin Hooper would be a dream signing (Lombardi Ave)

One player I’d love to see Green Bay sign (if he hits free agency) is tight end Austin Hooper. Here’s why.

NFL Pro Bowl 2020: Five ways to make the game worth watching (NFL Spin Zone – Cody Williams)

Cody Williams of NFL Spin Zone writes about five ways that could make the Pro Bowl more exciting to watch.

More news and notes from around the internet

Packers players, alumni pay tribute to basketball legend Kobe Bryant (

Packers losing defensive backs coach to Panthers (PackersWire – Zach Kruse)

For Packers, Nothing Lasts Forever (Cheesehead TV – Jason Perone)

Packers’ 2019 rookie class was a blend of immediate impact and unseen potential (Acme Packing Company – Shawn Wagner)

Packers way behind the curve in adapting to NFL’s latest offensive trend ( – Tom Silverstein)

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