Kenny Clark blockbuster and 4 other trades Packers can't refuse in 2024 NFL Draft

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You never know when you're going to get a call during the NFL Draft on a trade offer you simply can't refuse. Teams get desperate during the draft and wind up making rather impulsive decisions all the time. Why can't the Green Bay Packers benefit from it?

The Packers have one of the youngest and most well-constructed rosters in the NFL right now. Not only that, but they've got 11 picks in the 2024 NFL Draft and ultimate flexibility.

They could be faced with a lot of intriguing offers throughout the draft to move up, down, or even trade some players.

Let's take a look at a handful of offers the Packers might not be able to refuse, starting with a blockbuster offer on star defensive lineman Kenny Clark, whose contract is set to expire after the 2024 season.

1. Packers trade Kenny Clark to Ravens

Packers - Ravens trade

Perhaps a team like the Baltimore Ravens would call up the Packers and ask about the availability of someone like Kenny Clark. The Ravens have such a talented roster, but one area of that roster that's a little thin is the defensive line.

Justin Madubuike had enough production last season to make up for the lack of numbers for a couple of guys, but the Ravens could benefit so much from having an all-around stud like Kenny Clark on their defensive front.

And using the 30th pick in this year's draft on a player like Clark would be a much better investment for them than whatever player is going to be sitting on the board there, in all likelihood.

The Packers get an additional building block this year and a top-100 selection next year while also getting Clark into a great situation (and out of the NFC). Clark has played eight years in Green Bay with 5,600 snaps. The Packers have some nice depth on the defensive line right now including some young players who might be deserving of more playing time, and they also have been meeting with some defensive linemen from this upcoming class.

Maybe the Packers don't plan on paying Clark when his contract expires. If that's the case, and they get blown away by an offer, it could be worth their while to do something like this.