The Green Bay Packers turn their attention to the second and third rounds of the NFL draft on Friday to bring their organization closer to another Super Bowl run. After selecting pass-rushing DE/OLB Nick Perry in Round 1, the Packers have flexibility in attacking the next two rounds.
With a total of 12 draft picks this year, the Packers have plenty of draft picks to work with in order to trade up Round 2 or Round 3 or possibly trade into those rounds.
The Packers have holes on the defensive line, but depending on the value of that position when the Packers are on the clock, could go in a various number of directions. It is still likely that the pick is a defensive player, but with Ted Thompson in charge, offense is never out of the question.