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Tag: Packers Draft Mailbag

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Packers Draft Mailbag: Front Seven Is Most Likely First-Round Target

Packers Draft Mailbag: Front Seven Is Most Likely First-Round Target

The Packers would fill a need by addressing either the defensive line or linebacker in the first round of the NFL Draft.

Packers Draft Mailbag: Melvin Gordon Is Tempting, but Green Bay Will Pass

Packers Draft Mailbag: Melvin Gordon Is Tempting, but Green Bay Will Pass

The former Wisconsin Badger is supremely talented, but with Eddie Lacy in the fold, the Packers already have a go-to running back.

Packers Draft Mailbag: Donte Moncrief Is Great Combo of Size & Speed

Packers Draft Mailbag: Donte Moncrief Is Great Combo of Size & Speed

At the NFL Combine, the Mississippi wide receiver ran a 4.40-second 40 time, which is rather remarkable at 6'2" and 221 lbs. He's a tremendous athlete and has a lot of upside.

Packers Draft Mailbag: With James Jones Gone, Attention Turns to WR

Packers Draft Mailbag: With James Jones Gone, Attention Turns to WR

Readers are curious about the depth at the wide receiver position in Green Bay now that Jones has become an Oakland Raider.

Packers Draft Mailbag: Chris Borland Fits Better Than Trent Murphy

Packers Draft Mailbag: Chris Borland Fits Better Than Trent Murphy

The Wisconsin star linebacker makes more sense to the Packers than the Stanford hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker who may or may not be miscast in a 3-4 defense.

Packers Draft Mailbag: Cornerback Becomes First-Round Possibility if Shields Leaves

Packers Draft Mailbag: Cornerback Becomes First-Round Possibility if Shields Leaves

Justin Gilbert, Darqueze Dennard and Kyle Fuller are all legitimate first-round options if Sam Shields leaves as a free agent.

Packers Draft Mailbag: While a Great Prospect, Green Bay Won't Trade Up for Clowney

Packers Draft Mailbag: While a Great Prospect, Green Bay Won't Trade Up for Clowney

It would take a king's ransom to trade up to the first or second pick of the NFL Draft to take a player like Clowney.