One way that the Green Bay Packers can have an extremely successful draft this year is by making some major trades. While this isn't exactly a common mode of operation for Green Bay, we've certainly seen it pull moves in the past.
Just think back to the 2009 draft when the Packers traded back into the first round in order to draft outside linebacker Clay Matthews. Another example happened just two years ago when the Packers traded twice in the second round in order to draft defensive lineman Jerel Worthy and cornerback Casey Hayward.
When the Packers have their eye on a player who can instantly help them, then there is a definite chance they'll do whatever they need to in order to draft him.
Today we're going to break down a handful of realistic trades that the Packers could make in the draft this year.