Packers Hold Ninth Pick In 2009 NFL Draft

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updated 03/25/2009

The Green Bay Packers hold the ninth pick in the 2009 National Football League Draft on April 25-26. The order of the 2009 Draft was announced Monday by the NFL.

The Detroit Lions will make the first selection, followed by the St. Louis Rams picking second and the Kansas City Chiefs third.

Draft-order ties are resolved by the cumulative record of each team's opponents. The team with the weaker opponents receives drafting priority.

Within a tied segment, non-playoff clubs are given priority over playoff clubs. Priority of playoff clubs within a tied segment will be based on their advancement in the playoffs, but they will not drop out of their tied segment unless they participate in the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl champion will select 32nd and the runner-up 31st.

Clubs involved in two-club ties will alternate positions from round-to-round. In ties that involve three or more clubs, the club at the top of a tied segment in a given round will move to the bottom of the segment for the next round, while all other clubs in the segment move up one position. This rotation continues throughout the draft.

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The Packers' picks in the 2009 NFL Draft are:

First round (1) - 9

Second round (1) - 41

Third round (2) - 73, 83 (from N.Y. Jets)

Fourth round (1) - 109

Fifth round (1) - 145

Sixth round (2) - 182, 187 (from New Orleans)

Seventh round (1) - 218

2009 NFL DRAFT ORDER

  1. Detroit (0-16-0)
  1. St. Louis (2-14-0)
  1. Kansas City (2-14-0)
  1. Seattle (4-12-0)
  1. Cleveland (4-12-0)
  1. Cincinnati (4-11-1)
  1. Oakland (5-11-0)
  1. Jacksonville (5-11-0)

9. Green Bay (6-10-0)

  1. San Francisco (7-9-0)
  1. Buffalo (7-9-0)
  1. Denver (8-8-0)
  1. Washington (8-8-0)
  1. New Orleans (8-8-0)
  1. Houston (8-8-0)
  1. San Diego (8-8-0)
  1. New York Jets (9-7-0)
  1. Chicago (9-7-0)
  1. Tampa Bay (9-7-0)
  1. Dallas (9-7-0)
  1. Philadelphia (9-6-1)
  1. Minnesota (10-6)
  1. New England (11-5)
  1. Atlanta (11-5)
  1. Miami (11-5)
  1. Baltimore (11-5)
  1. Indianapolis (12-4)
  1. Carolina (12-4)
  1. Tennessee (13-3)
  1. Arizona (9-7)
  1. Pittsburgh (12-4)

List does not reflect trades

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