GM/Head Coach Mike Sherman and the Packers have 11 picks in the 2003 draft.
The NFL Draft is less than a month away, and thanks to trades and compensatory draft choices, the Green Bay Packers have 11 selections to make in 2003.
That's the most in the last three years for the Packers and third-most over the last decade (13 selections in 2000, 12 in 1999).
Four of the Packers' 11 selections are compensatory draft choices, in return for losses in free agency, and cannot be traded.
Listed below are the Packers' draft choices in the upcoming NFL Draft, April 26-27.
2 (62) To Philadelphia in CB Al Harris trade
4 (127) From Philadelphia with CB Al Harris
4 (128) To New England for WR Terry Glenn
6 (185) From Washington for S Matt Bowen (RFA)
6 (212) Compensatory Selection
7 (253) Compensatory Selection
7 (256) Compensatory Selection
7 (257) Compensatory Selection
Draft Did You Know...
The last time the Packers picked as late as 29th overall was 1997, when they selected tackle Ross Verba of Iowa 30th overall.
In the first round of the NFL Draft, the last time the Packers selected a (an) ...
Wide receiver was 2002 (Javon Walker, Florida State, 20th overall)
Defensive end was 2001 (Jamal Reynolds, Florida State, 10th overall)
Tight end was 2000 (Bubba Franks, Miami, 14th overall)
Cornerback was 1999 (Antuan Edwards, Clemson, 25th overall)
Defensive tackle was 1998 (Vonnie Holliday, North Carolina, 19th overall)
Offensive tackle was 1997 (Ross Verba, Iowa, 30th overall)
Offensive guard was 1994 (Aaron Taylor, Notre Dame, 16th overall)
Linebacker was 1993 (Wayne Simmons, Clemson, 15th overall)
Running back was 1987 (Brent Fullwood, Auburn, 4th overall)
Quarterback was 1981 (Rich Campbell, California, 6th overall)
Center was 1967 (Bob Hyland, Boston College, 9th overall)
Fullback was 1966 (Jim Grabowski, Illinois, 9th overall)