With the NFL Draft just weeks away, needs are being eliminated and possible targets are narrowed. Who could the Green Bay Packers take in round one?
The 2019 NFL Draft is just weeks away, and as free agency dies down, team needs are more set in stone. The Green Bay Packers made a big splash in free agency, signing two edge rushers in Za’Darius Smith and Preston Smith. They also addressed the safety position by signing former Chicago Bear Adrian Amos.
While those additions help out the defense, the Packers still have plenty of needs to address in the coming draft. The good news is that they have two first round selections and four picks in the top 75, which could help them get four quality starters for the 2019 season.
With their top needs including tight end, safety, wide receiver, and interior offensive and defensive line, the Packers have a ton of ways they can go in the first round.
Let’s take a look at a few positions and players they could target.