Packers To Pick 29th In 2003 NFL Draft


The Packers selected Javon Walker with the 20th pick of the 2002 draft.

The Green Bay Packers are tentatively slated to have the 29th overall pick of the 2003 NFL Draft.

The Packers finished the 2002 regular season in a three-way tie for the league's best record with the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 12-4, but trail both in the tie-breaker standings.

If the Packers were to actually draft with the 29th pick, it would mark the latest Packers selection since 1997, when tackle Ross Verba was taken with the 30th overall pick.

The last two drafts have seen the Packers trade up in the first round, from 17th to 10th in 2001 and from 28th to 20th in 2002.

2003 NFL Draft -- First-Round Order

  1. Cincinnati
  1. Detroit
  1. Houston
  1. Chicago
  1. Dallas
  1. Arizona
  1. Minnesota
  1. Jacksonville
  1. Carolina
  1. Baltimore #
  1. Seattle #
  1. St. Louis
  1. Washington
  1. New England (from Buffalo)
  1. San Diego
  1. Kansas City
  1. New Orleans
  1. New Orleans (from Miami)
  1. New England
  1. Denver
  1. Cleveland
  1. Atlanta
  1. Indianapolis
  1. San Francisco
  1. Pittsburgh
  1. Tennessee

29. Green Bay

  1. Philadelphia
  1. Oakland
  1. Oakland (from Tampa Bay)

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