Full details of Aaron Rodgers trade have been finalized after latest Packers pick

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A year on from the Aaron Rodgers trade, we now know the full compensation for both teams.

The Green Bay Packers landed a 2024 second-round pick as part of the deal, which they used to trade down for additional Day 3 selections.

They have now used the final pick linked to the Rodgers trade by selecting Duke offensive lineman Jacob Monk.

Along with Rodgers, Green Bay sent a 2023 fifth-round pick to New York. In return, it received a 2023 sixth-rounder and 2024 second-rounder. The teams also swapped 2023 first-round picks, seeing the Packers jumping up two spots to No. 13 overall, which they used to select Lukas Van Ness.

We now know the full trade details.

Packers Day 3 draft pick finally completes Aaron Rodgers trade with Jets

Andy Herman of the Pack-A-Day podcast has tracked all of the picks exchanged between the two teams. New York traded one of the picks it received from Green Bay, while the Packers pulled off multiple deals with the Jets' picks.

But after breaking it all down, here are the final results:

Packers receive

  • EDGE Lukas Van Ness
  • TE Luke Musgrave
  • K Anders Carlson
  • LB Edgerrin Cooper
  • S Evan Williams
  • C Jacob Monk

Jets receive

  • QB Aaron Rodgers
  • EDGE Will McDonald IV
  • S Jarrick Bernard-Converse
  • TE Zack Kuntz

Both teams are likely happy with the return from the deal. If Rodgers stays healthy and is still an elite quarterback, the Jets can win the Super Bowl.

The Packers used the trade to add several impact players on both sides of the ball.

Lukas Van Ness is a player for the future. He was a backup as a rookie but showed significant progress down the stretch, making three sacks, four tackles for loss, and eight QB hits in the final seven games.

Luke Musgrave is a future star. He is a difference-maker on offense, using his athleticism and speed to attack defenses in the middle of the field. In 11 games, Musgrave caught 34 passes for 352 yards and a touchdown.

Edgerrin Cooper could be a game-changing addition to Green Bay's defense. Evan Williams can become a solid starting safety who can contribute on special teams, while Jacob Monk adds athleticism and versatility to the offensive line.

A job well done by Gutekunst.

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