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  1. Admire the effort but I would hope we draft an OT a lot earlier than the 6th round.
  2. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    Man I wish we had done this deal.
  3. Kirksey to GB, 2Y/13M

    I like it. Loved him coming out of Iowa. Thought it would be just a one year deal but two is fine. Hopefully he can return to pre-injury form.
  4. Haha21 Mock Draft 2020

    Here is my one and only mock draft for the 2020 season. Releases: · Jimmy Graham TE · Lang Taylor OG Not retained: · Geronimo Allison WR · Jake Kumerow WR · Kyler Fackrell OLB · Blake Martinez ILB · B.J. Goodson ILB · Ryan Grant WR · Jason Spriggs OT · Bryan Bulaga OT Coming back: · Tyler Ervin RB · Tramon Williams CB · Marcedes Lewis TE · Jared Veldheer OT · Will Redmond DB · Mason Crosby PK · Ibraheim Campbell · Chandon Sullivan DB · Allen Lazard WR · Robert Tonyan TE Free Agents: · Javon Hargrave DT (4 year deal) Hargrave comes in and forms a fearsome duo with Kenny Clark. He is extremely disruptive and plays well against the run despite being a little on the smaller side. · Christian Kirksey ILB (1 year deal) Kirksey is a guy I was pretty high on coming out of Iowa in 2014. He has been a productive player in this league but has missed time over the last couple seasons. Comes in on a one year deal to rehabilitate his value. This isn’t the solution and doesn’t preclude the Packers from upgrading further at ILB. · Gerald McCoy DE (1 year deal) Another piece for the defensive line. Although not the play he once was, McCoy still has plenty in the tank. Hopefully he can come in and make an impact like Julius Peppers did. Notes: ·I don’t have GB signing Austin Hooper because even in limited action, Jace Sternberger has shown me that he could be our TE of the future. He still has a lot to prove but I think he will develop into solid TE. I am comfortable rolling with Lewis, Sternberger, and Tonyan in 2020. The Draft: The Colts strongly considered taking Jacob Eason at 13 before selecting one of the top wide receivers and were thoroughly surprised to see Eason fall to the end of the first round. Gutekunst likes the way the board has fallen and decides to move back in the draft and pick up some extra capital. (Trade): Green Bay receives the 34th overall pick (2nd round) and the 122nd overall pick (4th round). Indianapolis receives the 30th overall pick (1st round). 2nd Round (34th overall)- Laviska Shenault WR Colorado 6-1 227 lbs Shenault is a Swiss army knife that this team is missing on offense. Last season, another wide receiver I liked, Debo Samuel tore up the league and the Packers with his versatility. Shenault is often compared to Samuel because of the way he was used in Colorado’s offense. Shenault didn’t test well at the combine, and dropped out with an injury, after running a 4.59 40-yard dash with a core injury. The 4.59 isn’t great but he plays much faster when you watch him on film. 2nd Round (62nd overall)- Raekwon Davis DE Alabama A&M 6-6 311 lbs Talked about as a first rounder a couple years ago, Davis falls in the draft because of production concerns. In 2017 he had 8.5 sacks so the potential is there. If Davis can develop a plan to rush the passer he could be a gem. 3rd Round (94th overall)- Matthew Peart OT Connecticut 6-7 318 lbs Peart is an athletic offensive tackle who started 48 games while at Connecticut. He is raw but has all the tools to develop into a quality tackle. (Trade): Green Bay receives the 112th overall pick (4th round) Los Angeles Chargers receive the 122nd overall pick (4th round from Colts) and the 175th overall pick (5th round) 4th Round (112nd overall from Chargers)- Troy Dye ILB Oregon 6-3 231 lbs Dye is a fast, rangy linebacker who is solid in coverage and decent against the run. He could stand to earn some more strength to aid him in his run defense but speed and instincts are what make him standout. 4th Round (136th overall)- Van Jefferson WR Florida 6-1 200 lbs One of the best route runners in the draft. Jefferson should go higher but he is an older prospect who will be 24 years old during his first season and he sustained a foot injury in the pre-draft process. 6th Round (192nd overall pick from Raiders) D.J. Wonnum OLB South Carolina 6-5 258 lbs More OLB depth is needed with Fackrell’s departure. Good anchor in run game but needs work on flexibility. Tested well at the combine. 6th Round (208th overall from Titans)- Rico Dowdle RB South Carolina 5-11 213 lbs Depth behind Jones and Williams. Battles Dexter Williams for the third spot. 6th Round (209th overall)- L’Jarius Sneed CB Louisiana Tech 6-0 192 lbs Fast with adequate ball skills. Adds depth to the corner room. 7th Round (236th overall from Browns)- Cohl Cabral OG ASU 6-5 300 lbs IOL depth, has experience at both center and guard. 7th Round (242nd overall)- Trade for 2021 6th round pick
  5. BK's "Before I Pass Out" Mock

    First three picks are great. I'm not sure that Risner will make it out of the first round let alone to 44 but if he does it's a steal.
  6. My Annual Forum by Forum Mock

  7. Haha21 Mock Draft

    He just has a nose for the football and is flying all over the field. Really underrated.
  8. Haha21 Mock Draft

    I understand the risk with Simmons, both the injury and his off field incident. It's a gamble, he will probably redshirt his rookie season in the NFL, but if he comes back strong and lives up too his potential his fifth year option could be exercised. As far as his off field incident, he seems truly remorseful. By all accounts he has been a model student athlete at Mississippi State. Teams will do their due diligence on him and he's available and we take him then I trust that Gute and company feel good about his character.
  9. Haha21 Mock Draft

    Haha21 Mock Draft Note: I had hoped to create a mock draft before free agency started but finals with school made it impossible Free Agency · Muhammed Wilkerson DT (1 year deal) Draft Three QBs go inside the top 10 and couple teams are desperate to grab the last one. Green Bay Packers send 1st (12th overall) and 4th (118th overall) to Washington Redskins for 1st (15th overall) and 3rd (76th overall). 1. Arizona Cardinals- Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma 2. San Francisco 49ers- Quinnen Williams DT Alabama 3. New York Giants (via Jets)- Dwayne Haskins QB OSU 4. Oakland Raiders- Nick Bosa EDGE OSU 5. Tampa Bay Buccaners- Josh Allen EDGE Kentucky 6. New York Jets (via Giants)- Jawaan Taylor OT Florida 7. Jacksonville Jaguars- TJ Hockenson TE Iowa 8. Detroit Lions- Rashan Gary EDGE Michigan 9. Buffalo Bills- DK Metcalf WR Ole Miss 10. Denver Broncos- Drew Lock Mizzou 11. Cincinnati Bengals- Devin White LB LSU 12. Washington Redskins (via Packers)- Daniel Jones QB Duke 13. Miami Dolphins- Cody Ford OT/OG Oklahoma 14. Atlanta Falcons- Montez Sweat EDGE Mississippi St. 1st Round (15th overall via Redskins)- Brian Burns EDGE FSU, 6-5 250lbs As we’ve learned, you can never have too many pass rushers in this league. Despite doubling down on Za’Darious Smith and Preston Smith, I still believe that EDGE needs to be addressed early. Burns has elite get off and speed. There were questions about his play weight, but he showed up to the combine at 250 lbs and tested well many of those questions were answered. 1st Round (30th overall via Saints)- Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi St., 6-3 301 lbs Simmons was likely a top 10 selection before tearing his ACL in February. He was someone I would’ve targeted at 12 had he been there. Simmons is a pass rushing interior defensive lineman that this team needs. Daniels will be a free agent after the season and may not be back. Simmons and Clark are a nasty duo heading into 2020. 2nd Round (44th overall)- Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama, 6-2 242 lbs I would prefer Fant, but in this Mock he has already been selected. The Packers definitely aren’t settling for Smith though, the kid is a stud. Smith excels at stretching the field and that’s something the Packers have been missing since Jermichael Finley’s career was ended. Smith is a matchup nightmare for linebackers and safeties at the next level and gives Rodgers another exciting target on offense. 3rd Round (75th overall)- Connor McGovern OG Penn St., 6-5 308 lbs The interior offensive line needs help. Right guard was a mess and was definitely a reason Billy Turner was brought in. Lane Taylor has exceeded expectations coming into the league as an undrafted free agent but has been average. McGovern can play center and guard and likely will begin his Packer career as a backup but his potential as a starter is exciting. 3rd Round (76th overall)- Amani Hooker FS Iowa, 5-11 210 lbs Amani is an instinctive safety from Iowa a school that has generated many Packers. Comes in and plays across from Adrian Amos. 4th Round (114th overall)- Terry McLaurin WR OSU, 6-0 208 lbs Misused at OSU and highly underated, McLaurin adds another piece to the WR room. Very good speed and route running ability. He will fit in just fine in Green Bay. 5th Round (150th overall)- Ben Burr-Kirven ILB UW, 6-0 230 lbs Ben Burr-Kirven leaves UW as one of the best linebackers to ever play there and is one of my favorite players in the draft. Although a little undersized, Burr-Kirven is very instinctive and a tackling machine. ILB depth is a concern with Ryan leaving in free agency and Morrison being released. 6th Round (185th overall)- Paul Adams OT Missouri, 6-6 317 lbs Passed Packer offensive lineman thresholds at the combine and has good experience. 6th Round (194th overall)- Ugochukwu Amadi S Oregon, 5-9 200 lbs Safety depth is still needed. 7th Round (226th overall)- Traded for 2020 6th Round Pick Thoughts and comments?
  10. This is tough. I want to go Deebo or Irv here but I think we need to address the o-line. I'll go with Bradbury,
  11. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    I love it! We have so much flexibility heading into the draft now.
  12. Packers Signing Preston Smith

    I remember Preston Smith had an awesome rookie season when he first came into the league. Looks like he kind of came back to earth after that and then had a decent 2017. Hopefully he can become more consistent, but I like the signing. Both Smith's have the same body type that Pettine is looking for in the defense.
  13. Post Combine Mock

    I like the draft but I don't think Simmons will be there in round 3. Also we need to address the O-line well before the 6th round.
  14. 2019 Free Agent Discussion

    Jeffery Simmons tore his ACL per Adam Schefter. He was one of my favorites for 12. I think this probably pushes him out of round one for sure.
  15. 2019 Draft Discussion

    Tillery is definitely someone I would consider at 30. He's got everything you're looking for in 5-tech and with Mike Daniels getting close to 30 I think we should look for his replacement this year given the depth in the draft. I would be really excited for Jerry Montgomery to work with this kid.