GREEN BAY – The 2022 NFL Draft is almost here, with the Packers carrying a total of 11 selections into the weekend.
That includes four picks in the top 60 after trading receiver Davante Adams to Las Vegas in exchange for the Raiders' first- (No. 22) and second-round (53) selections.
If the Packers stand pat with their picks, it'll mark the first time that Green Bay has made four selections in the top 60 since 1967.
While the Packers traded their sixth-round pick (No. 205) to the Houston Texans for Randall Cobb in July, they acquired the Texans' seventh-round pick (No. 228) in a trade for cornerback Ka'dar Hollman one month later.
Green Bay also gained compensatory picks in the fourth (140) and seventh (258) rounds after losing center Corey Linsley and running back Jamaal Williams, respectively, as unrestricted free agents last March.
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Packers' 11 selections in the 2022 NFL Draft:
- First round, No. 22(a)
- First round, 28
- Second round, 53(a)
- Second round, 59
- Third round, 92
- Fourth round, 132
- Fourth round, 140(b)
- Fifth round, 171
- Seventh round, 228(c)
- Seventh round, 249
- Seventh round, 258(b)
(a) Acquired from Las Vegas for WR Davante Adams
(b) Awarded via compensatory formula
(c) Acquired from Houston for CB Ka'dar Hollman