Packers add offensive lineman at top of fifth round

Washington State's Cole Madison projects as guard

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GREEN BAY – The Packers stuck with offense with their second pick on Day 3 of the draft, taking offensive lineman Cole Madison from Washington State at the top of the fifth round.

Madison was chosen with the 138th overall pick, five selections after Green Bay added receiver J'Mon Moore from Missouri.

Madison (6-5, 308) started 13 games each of the last three years at right tackle for Washington State, but he could project to guard in the NFL. He earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition in 2015 and 2016 before getting named second-team all-conference last season.

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