Packers 2023 Draft: Updated draft order entering Super Bowl

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The 2023 NFL Draft order is almost completely set. Only the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are yet to determine which team will pick 31st and 32nd.

For the Green Bay Packers, they have known their first-round position for a few weeks now. They own the 15th pick in the first round.

The million-dollar question for Green Bay moving forward is whether Aaron Rodgers stays, retires, or is traded. If he is traded, will the Packers add another 2023 first-round pick?

Which of the teams in the first round below could the Packers make a deal with for Rodgers?

2023 NFL Draft order entering Super Bowl

  1. Chicago Bears
  2. Houston Texans
  3. Arizona Cardinals
  4. Indianapolis Colts
  5. Seattle Seahawks
  6. Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams)
  7. Las Vegas Raiders
  8. Atlanta Falcons
  9. Carolina Panthers
  10. Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans Saints)
  11. Tennessee Titans
  12. Houston Texans (from Cleveland Browns)
  13. New York Jets
  14. New England Patriots
  15. Green Bay Packers
  16. Washington Commanders
  17. Pittsburgh Steelers
  18. Detroit Lions
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  20. Seattle Seahawks
  21. Los Angeles Chargers
  22. Baltimore Ravens
  23. Minnesota Vikings
  24. Jacksonville Jaguars
  25. New York Giants
  26. Dallas Cowboys
  27. Buffalo Bills
  28. Cincinnati Bengals
  29. New Orleans Saints (from San Francisco 49ers via Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos)
  30. Philadelphia Eagles or Kansas City Chiefs
  31. Philadelphia Eagles or Kansas City Chiefs

Realistically, the teams to watch in an Aaron Rodgers trade are the New York Jets, Las Vegas Raiders, and Indianapolis Colts. It’s tough to make much of a case for any other team. Perhaps the Miami Dolphins.

New York picks 13th overall in the first round, Las Vegas seventh, and Indianapolis fourth. If any of those teams were willing to include a 2023 first-rounder, the Packers would end up with a favorable selection to go with the 15th pick.

Either way, Green Bay has a top-15 pick, which hasn’t been the case all too often in the Aaron Rodgers era.