2016 NFL Draft is in the books: How do you think the Green Bay Packers fared?

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GREEN BAY — The 2016 NFL Draft is in the rear-view mirror. The Green Bay Packers went into the draft — and four of the team’s seven picks were for the defensive side of the ball.

Here are the Packers’ draft picks — as they came in:

  1. Kenny Clark, UCLA, defensive tackle, round 1 (pick 27)
  2. Jason Spriggs, Indiana, tackle, round 2 (pick 48)
  3. Kyler Fackrell, Utah State, linebacker, round 3 (pick 88)
  4. Blake Martinez, Stanford, linebacker, round 4 (pick 131)
  5. Dean Lowry, Northwestern, defensive end, round 4 (pick 137)
  6. Trevor Davis, California, wide receiver, round 5 (pick 163)
  7. Kyle Murphy, Stanford, tackle, round 6 (pick 200)

If you have more thoughts about the Packers draft picks, we’d like to hear them. Share a comment on this post.


  • Mike

    The Packers came back late in the season once their offensive line got back in place. I expected defense to come first but the OT was really needed. Great move in 2nd round.


    Disappointed in not drafting a decent TE even though Jerell Adams was available. Nick Kwiatkoski would have been a
    much better choice at ILB. Even converting Joe Schober of Josh Perry to inside may have worked better. Generally
    happy with the other picks. Clark, Spriggs, Fackrell, should all help a lot. Had Lowry as a mid to late round pick too.
    Murphy provides some insurance and Trevor Davis is fast — hope he’s not a 1-trick pony though.


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