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PackersNews Tom Silverstein
2018 NFL Draft: All of the Packers picks on one page - After a handful of trades up and down the board, Brian Gutekunst, in his first draft as the Packers' GM, ended up selecting 11 players, including five on defense, four on offense and two on special teams.
Pro Football Talk Michael David Smith
Packers, Patriots well-positioned for 2019 NFL draft - The Packers are the only team in the NFL with 2 1st round picks in 2019, and that’s a great place to be in. Although the Saints a projected playoff team, any time you can get an extra first-round pick, even a late first-round pick, it’s a big deal.
PackersNews Tom Silverstein
Packers take long-term approach with draft picks - If you were going to give first-year Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst the benefit of the doubt, you could certainly make a case he has positioned his team for a Super Bowl run. In 2019, that is.
Packers Wire Zach Kruse
J'Mon Moore, Cole Madison are the sneaky good picks of Packers draft - The Packers know how to pick receivers and offensive linemen in the middle rounds. Their track record there is undeniable and has no real rival in the NFL.
PackersNews Tom Silverstein
Free agent defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson gets $1.5 million guaranteed from Packers - The one-year deal Packers free-agent defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson signed is worth $4.7 million and features $1.5 million in guaranteed money.
ESPN Rob Demovsky
3 years, $30 million could turn into 1 year, $13 million for tight-end Jimmy Graham - Graham agreed to a $5 million roster bonus due on the third day of the league year next March. That means the Packers could decline the bonus and make Graham a free agent again.
Pro Football Talk Mike Florio
Packers offer free agent cornerback Kyle Fuller, Bears match almost immediately - The end result is that the Packers negotiated the deal for the Bears, at no cost to Chicago. At a minimum, the Bears should give Abe Froman a call and send a gift basket full of pork products to Green Bay.
Pro Football Talk Darin Gantt
Former Packers receiver James Jones: Team “really, really low-balled” Jordy Nelson - “I’m not going to say what they offered him, but they really, really low-balled him,” Jones said. “It wasn’t even anything you would consider. Even with all that, he was still considering taking it.”
Pro Football Talk Charean Williams
Jordy Nelson agrees to two-year, $15 million deal with Raiders - Nelson quickly reached an agreement with the Raiders, James Jones of the NFL Network reports, with Nelson getting $15 million over two seasons with $13 million guaranteed.
PackersNews Tom Silverstein
Packers have the package of picks to move up in draft - Inside or right at the 10 spot, it would give him a better shot at one of the top defensive players such as Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edwards, Florida State safety Derwin James, Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward or Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith.
Pro Football Talk Mike Florio
Packers quickly break from a 25-year free-agency trend - The far more significant news for the Packers is that they may finally be realizing that drafting and developing isn’t the only way to build a team. maybe they’ll find a way to add a Lombardi Trophy or two before Aaron Rodgers walks away.
Pro Football Talk Charean Williams
Aaron Rodgers on Jordy Nelson’s release: It’s definitely a sad day - “Hard to find the right words today to express what 87 means to me,” Rodgers wrote. “No teammate exemplified what it means to be a Packer quite like him."
Pro Football Talk Curtis Crabtree
Packers asked Jordy Nelson to take pay cut before release - With the type of money being thrown at receivers the last few days, it’s not a surprise that Nelson would feel confident he could find a better paycheck elsewhere in the NFL
Pro Football Talk Charean Williams
Packers GM talked to Aaron Rodgers after decision was made to release Jordy Nelson - The Packers G.M. talked to Aaron Rodgers after deciding to release Nelson, but Gutekunst wouldn’t reveal anything about the conversation. Gutekunst, though, did allow that Nelson’s career in Green Bay likely is over after 10 seasons.
Pro Football Talk Darin Gantt
Packers land free agent defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson - The Packers continued a day of big moves, by landing their biggest free agent yet. At least in terms of size. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, the Packers have agreed to terms with former Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson.

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