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#1  elaine95 Mar 10 Set, 2019 05:16

While most predicted the Green Bay Packers would go offense in the first round of the NFL draft Womens Dean Lowry Jersey , general manager Brian Gutekunst threw a curveball and selected two defensive players Thursday.The good news is there are still plenty of good players on the offensive side of the ball available in Day 2 (and defense, too, in case the Packers want to keep going that route).The Packers currently own the 12 pick in both the second and third rounds (Nos. 44 and 75 overall). Despite dealing both fourth-round picks to move up in Round 1, Green Bay still has some draft capital with a pick in the fifth, two in the sixth and one in the seventh.Here are a number of players who are available and expected to be drafted in rounds 2-3 (listed in alphabetical order):J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford: At 6-foot-2, Arcega-Whiteside is great at going up and getting those 50-50 balls – which perhaps should be expected since both his parent played basketball professionally in Spain. Imagine him in the red zone with Aaron Rodgers? Deadly. Arcega-Whiteside had 63 catches for 1,059 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2018. Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware: Yes, the Packers signed Adrian Amos in the offseason but former high pick Jones has been unable to stay healthy and Green Bay has spotty depth at that position. Adderley was mocked by a few people to the Packers at No. 30 overall. The fact he’s a cousin to former Packers great Herb Adderely is only icing on the cake.Packers NFL Draft CoverageGreen Bay Packers 2019 NFL Draft gradesGreen Bay Packers 2019 NFL draft capsulesPackers close out 2019 draft, select LB Summers in seventh roundPackers add CB Hollman, RB Williams in sixth roundPackers address defense in fifth round, select DL Kingsley KekePackers use third-round pick to select TE Jace SternbergerPackers draft versatile OL Elgton Jenkins in second roundPotential Packers Day 2 picks in 2019 NFL draftPackers trade up, draft safety Darnell Savage at No. 21 overallPackers select Rashan Gary with 12th overall pick in 2019 NFL draftA.J. Brown, WR, Mississippi: The Packers didn’t bring back Randall Cobb. Brown could fill right in as Green Bay’s slot receiver, which is what he played at Ole Miss. Brown runs good routes and has decent enough size and speed. Many draft gurus like him better than his more-publicized teammate D.K. Metcalf.Parris Campbell, WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling Jersey , Ohio State: Yes, there are lot of wide receivers on Green Bay’s roster. But how many of them can run a 4.31 40? He could be a fun toy for Aaron Rodgers and new head coach Matt LaFleuer, being used on end arounds and flares to help get him into the open field.Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi State: Green Bay might be OK at center, but Jenkins could also slide over to guard. He’s faced tough competition not only on his own team but also by playing in the SEC. Jenkins played left tackle, right tackle, center and left guard while at Ole Miss.Drew Lock, QB, Missouri: It’s no the Packers brought Lock in for a visit. But how serious are they about drafting him? He likely won’t last Round 2. A gunslinger with a strong arm (sound familiar?), Lock threw for more than 3,300 yards each of the last three seasons at Missouri. He had 28 TDs and 8 INT as senior, but 44 TD (and 13 INT) in 2017. One drawback – usually teams like to have a fifth-year option with quarterbacks, but that won’t happen for Lock as that only happens with first-round picks. Will Aaron Rodgers still be the Packers’ quarterback in four years?D.K. Metcalf, WR, Mississippi: The darling of the combine was not the darling of the first round as two wide receivers went before him. At 6-3 with a 40 time of 4.33 he has potential star quality. However, there were some medical red flags and questions about his route running. But high, high upside here. David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State: Yes Josh Jones Jersey White , the Packers have two recent draft picks at running back on their roster – but those were Ted Thompson selections for a team coached by Mike McCarthy. Might LaFleur want his own back? Montgomery should be a decent pro. He rushed for 1,216 yards (4.8 average) with 13 TDs in 2018 as a junior and 1,146 yards (4.4 average) with 11 TDs in 2017. He also caught 58 passes over those two years. He’s not spectacular, but he should be steady. He might even make it to the third round.Jachai Polite, DE/OLB, Florida: In early mocks, the Packers were often connected to Polite. But he’s been tumbling down draft boards due to a perceived bad attitude. Tools-wise, he’d fit nicely into Green Bay’s defense. In 2018, he had 19.5 TFL, 11 sacks and six forced fumbles.Germaine Pratt, ILB, NC State: Green Bay could use some help next to Blake Martinez and Pratt fits into the evolving linebacker position at the NFL level – he’s a converted safety who can cover. He could also play outside, if needed. Taylor Rapp, S, Washington: How much do you care about 40-yard dash speed? Rapp is considered one of the top safeties available, although he ran a poor 4.78 in the 40 at the combine. He checks off every other box – smart, instinctual, high motor, strong against the run. Rapp is the kind of safeties fans can fall in love with (provided that speed thing isn’t his undoing).Deebo Samuel, WR Aaron Jones Jersey White , South Carolina: Granted we aren’t 100% sure how LaFleur wants to run Green Bay’s offense, but Samuel is another who’d be a good replacement for Cobb. He caught 62 passes for 882 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2018 and also owns a career kick-return average of 29.0 yards with four TDs.Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State: Taking over for Saquon Barkley, Sanders rushed for 1,274 yards (5.8 average) as a junior in 2018 with 24 receptions. On the plus side, that’s been the brunt of his work in college (276 carries overall). On the downside, he’s not really known as a pass catcher and his blocking needs work. He ran a 4.49 at the combine. Should be available in the third round.Devin Singletary, RB, Florida Atlantic: There are a plethora of running backs who could go in rounds 2 and 3 and Singletary should be among them. He was a big-time producer at FAU (4,287 rushing yards, 66 TD in three years) and is a shifty runner who should succeed at the next level. He needs to improve in the pass game, however. Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama: Smith was a contributor only one year at Bama, but he averaged 16.1 yards per catch on 44 receptions with seven touchdowns.Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida: Another player who was projected to go in the first round but fell. In Taylor’s case it was reportedly because of a knee issue. Still, looking long-term, he could be a solid pro at either tackle or guard and would be great value in Round 2.Mack Wilson , LB, Alabama: Wilson has all the measurables to be a good inside linebacker in the NFL. But he comes with some red flags, both on and off the field. The former fifth round pick started his delayed NFL career after taking time to address some mental health issues-WisconsinIt’s a script Hollywood has used on multiple occasions.A person has a gift, then that same person falls on hard times. They then need to overcome some obstacles to reach the peak of whatever they do and they succeed, growing and maturing as they go.It’s a script Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Cole Madison hopes to duplicate as he embarks on the start of his delayed NFL career.Madison took last season off to address some mental health concerns and according to Madison himself, “(his) life was on the line.”The Packers supported Madison throughout the entire ordeal and now he wants to return the favor.Given the situation at guard, Madison could in theory compete for a starting spot despite the team signing Billy Turner in free agency for what in theory is a starter-type contract.It’s an ending that, with no offense to Turner and his abilities, would be very Hollywood-like and would still be a happy ending even if Madison turned out to be a very capable backup. Packer Nation will be rooting for Madison this season for sure. There’s more on his return to football plus how an arch nemesis nearly became a Packer instead in today’s cheese curds.Cole Madison on absence from Packers: ‘My life was on the line’—PackersNews.comMental health is a serious matter, even to professional athletes that some still view as superhuman.Football players are people too and face the same struggles as the rest of us. Here’s hoping Madison inspires others to address their own mental health concerns.A new era begins for Packers at outside linebacker—Packers.comClay Matthews and Nick Perry are out Za’Darius Smith and Preston Smith are in. It’s a whole new world for the Packers’ pass rush.Packers 7-round mock draft, final 2019 edition—Packers WireZach Kruse takes a final shot at predicting how Green Bay’s draft will unfold this week.After going heavy on defense the past few seasons, the offense gets some TLC this year and Packers fans should be ecstatic if the draft unfolds the way it does in this mock draft.Adam Thielen, the Green Bay Packer? It almost happened in the 2013 NFL draft—Minneapolis Star-TribuneGreen Bay was interested in Adam Thielen but drafted Kevin Dorsey and Charles Johnson instead. Oops.Florida man, 80, fights alligator in his back yard—UPIIn this week’s adventures of Florida Man, don’t let age keep you away from defending your home from reptilian invaders at all costs.

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