5 players the Packers could trade during draft season

Which players could we see the Packers trade during the 2024 NFL Draft?
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2. Kenny Clark, DL

The idea of trading Kenny Clark might not be a popular one, and the Packers have already gutted their roster of most veterans up to this point. But in that regard, it might actually be on-brand for them to listen if they get calls on veteran defensive lineman Kenny Clark.

Clark is a three-time Pro Bowl player who is not past his prime, by any means, but he is 28 going on 29 and has just one year left on his current contract. It would take a pretty darn good offer (maybe a second- and third-round pick in 2025) to get Clark off the Packers' hands but interior defensive linemen are at such a premium in today's NFL, and the Packers are pretty loaded.

If they can come away with another prospect they like, perhaps they would explore the idea of trading Clark, or maybe he could be moved if the Packers want to move up the board to get someone in the first round.

3. Eric Stokes, CB

The former first-round pick out of Georgia doesn't have much value at this point, but if the Packers emphasize the secondary in the 2024 NFL Draft as many expect, then the team might "do right" by the player here and send him to another NFL city where he could compete.

Eric Stokes is entering his fourth NFL season, and the Packers will soon have to decide whether or not to pick up his fifth-year option. That is probably an easy "no" at this point, but maybe they'll let another NFL team make that call. Stokes is talented and played well when healthy, but he's only played 12 games the last two seasons.

The Packers could get a late-round pick for him or maybe some future capital and move on with whoever they draft in 2024.