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If I were to bet on it , I’d say the Packers will move off at least one of their selections in the first round at 12 and 30."The Green Bay Packers are well-known for being active trade partners in the NFL Draft in recent years. Former general manager Ted Thompson earned the nickname “Trader Ted” for his frequent moves up and down the draft board. Whether moving out of the first round, as he did multiple times, or sneaking back into round one to grab Clay Matthews, Ted was always looking to find the best opportunities to improve the Packers’ roster on draft weekend.Last year, new GM Brian Gutekunst was active in his own right, particularly early on. After moving back from 14 to 28 in round one, adding an extra first-round pick for 2019, he climbed back up the board to nab cornerback Jaire Alexander with the 18th pick. He then moved up again back into round three to draft linebacker Oren Burks at 88 overall.This year, armed with ten picks — multiple selections in rounds one, four, and six — Gutekunst seems a sure bet to make some moves once again. While it looks unlikely that he will move up from 12, the Packers definitely could try to get back into the late teens or early twenties by packaging the 30th and 75th picks. Then, with a pair of fourths, they could make a play to get back into the latter part of day two.Or how about moving back from 12 a bit, adding some ammunition on day two, and using that to climb up again from 30? It’s all fluid, but in today’s curds Womens Lane Taylor Jersey , we’ll look at some trade possibilities for next Thursday’s first round, several of which involve the Packers.Who’s the next budding star to pair with Davante Adams? | Packers.comI'm still putting my money on Geronimo Allison to continue the progress he made early last season and have a big breakout year.Packers clearly in the business of upgrading their offensive line | Packersnews.comAs one probably can tell from our decision to pick a lineman for the Packers in the SB Nation Mock Draft yesterday, we agree that the offensive line needs help in this year's draft. The good news is that there should be some good ones available in the first two days of the draft, and if Brian Gutekunst doesn't use one of his first three picks on a lineman, we'll be very surprised.All-Trades 2019 NFL Mock Draft - Bill Barnwell proposes 32 wild deals | ESPNThis is a little crazy, but it posits some trade-down and trade-up options for the Packers. One spot area where they could move up is from 30 to 17, especially if the Giants do grab a quarterback with the 6th pick.NFL schedule 2019: 8 matchups that deserve their own bowl games - SBNation.comObviously, the Packers-Chiefs week 8 game is on this list. There are some other good ones here too, though.NFLPA to Tom Coughlin: Current workouts voluntary - NFL.comCoughlin expressed some displeasure with the fact that a few of the Jaguars did not show up for the start of workouts. Of course, the player's union reminded him that everything between now and minicamp is voluntary, and players are well within their rights to skip the current phase of the program.Botched NFL Draft pick announcements: A running list of the best ever - SBNation.comThese are fun. I had forgotten about the Vince Young screwup. But nothing is worse than the Buccaneers drafting the wrong player in 1982.Florida man arrested for impersonating officer after pulling over undercover detective | WOFLMan pretends to be cop, pulls over real cop, lands in police station. I hope they made him fill out all the paperwork for his own arrest. Acme Packing Company begins its countdown of the Packers’ 90-man roster with players 90-86." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCDTShareTweetShareShare2019 Packers 90-man roster ranking, 90-86: Long-shot receivers and defensive backs vie for jobsTim Heitman-USA TODAY SportsWith veteran free agency essentially concluded and the 2019 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, Acme Packing Company will once again rank and break down the Green Bay Packers’ 90-man roster.These rankings represent a composite of the individual selections from several APC contributors. Today, we reveal players 90 through 86, a group comprised exclusively of undrafted free agents facing long odds of landing a spot on the Packers’ final roster or practice squad.90: Nydair Rouse , CBAn undrafted prospect from West Chester University, Nydair Rouse had to battle his way onto the Packers’ 90-man roster as a tryout player. He apparently did enough during rookie minicamp to warrant a longer look. Rouse offers decent size for the cornerback position (5-foot-11, 188 pounds) and has experience playing in the box as an off-ball linebacker. Those traits profile as a potential contributor on special teams.On paper, the Packers look fairly deep at corner, especially with Tramon Williams expected to shift back from safety. The numbers at the position limit Rouse’s opportunities for exposure, at least in the eyes of APC’s voters.89: Larry Williams, OLUnlike many of the other rookies ranked at the back of the roster, Larry Williams comes from a major college program. Williams appeared on track to become a multiyear starter for Oklahoma State before health issues intervened. A high-ankle sprain cost him the final eight games of 2016 and and an undisclosed injury ended his followup campaign on the eve of conference play. Williams finally enjoyed a healthy season in 2018, starting every game during the regular season before opting out of his team’s bowl game as he prepared for the draft.As with Rouse, Williams faces a number crunch at his position. The Packers return four of their preferred starters and several top backups from a season ago, added multi-position blocker Billy Turner early in free agency, and selected Elgton Jenkins in the second round of the draft. Williams needs to climb quite far and avoid a repeat of his injury issues to have a fighting chance at a job with the team come September.88: Darrius Shepherd, WRAnother tryout player that secured a contract, Darrius Shepherd stands out from his competition at his wide receiver. While the Packers list every other wideouts at 6-foot-1 or taller, Shepherd stands at just 5-foot-11. That comes as little surprise given general manager Brian Gutekunst’s preference for length at the position.While height makes Shepherd an anomaly in Green Bay, it could work to his advantage if the Packers determine they need a more traditional slot receiver. He remains a long shot, however.87: Kabion Ento Geronimo Allison Jersey , CBAs Kabion Ento adjusts to life in the NFL, he will also attempt to learn a new position. The 6-foot-1, 187-pound rookie played wide receiver during his time at Colorado, but his length and athleticism make him a more appealing prospect as a cornerback.The Packers have invested time in time in undrafted receiver-to-corner converts before, striking gold with Sam Shields and employing Herb Waters for several years. Ento will need to quickly adapt to his new position while proving his receiver skill set can lead to takeaways.86: Davis Koppenhaver, TEThough far from a football power, Duke produced two NFL tight ends this year. Daniel Helm, the better athlete and more productive pass catcher, signed with the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted free agent. Meanwhile, the less physically gifted Davis Koppenhaver landed a deal with the Packers.While Koppenhaver caught nearly half as many passes as his counterpart, he proved far mroe prolific in the red zone. In 2018, he hauled in seven touchdowns, among the highest marks of any tight end in college football. If Koppenhaver can showcase his nose for the end zone and establish himself as a blocker, perhaps Green Bay will give him a longer look than expected.