Packers: Stealing one player from each NFC West team
Arizona Cardinals: S Budda Baker
Three-time All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowler Budda Baker is one of the best safeties in the NFL. Since the start of 2020, he has made 216 tackles, four sacks, six quarterback hits, 13 pass defenses, and five interceptions.
The Packers would have a safety trio of Baker, Adrian Amos, and Darnell Savage, and a cornerback trio of Jaire Alexander, Eric Stokes, and Rasul Douglas. Wow.
Los Angeles Rams: DT Aaron Donald
Easy choice here. It doesn’t matter how many talented players the defending Super Bowl champions have, Aaron Donald is one of the greatest ever.
A three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year and seven-time first-team All-Pro, Donald would be a championship-winning addition for the Packers’ defense.
Can you imagine a defensive line featuring Donald, Kenny Clark, and one of Jarran Reed, Devonte Wyatt, or Dean Lowry?
San Francisco 49ers: WR Deebo Samuel
There are so many great options on the San Francisco 49ers, from Nick Bosa to Trent Williams to George Kittle, but given the Packers’ need for wide receiver help, I went with Deebo Samuel.
The 2021 first-team All-Pro had an incredible 1,770 yards and 14 touchdowns from scrimmage last season.
Seattle Seahawks: WR DK Metcalf
This felt like it could happen at one stage, but the Seahawks decided not to trade DK Metcalf this offseason.
The All-Pro receiver has a rare blend of size, speed, and athleticism. And he has the numbers to back it up, with 3,170 yards and 29 touchdowns in his first three seasons.