The NFL Draft is a fun three-day marathon of young players earning their shot to prove they belong at the next level. For many however, undrafted free agency is the route that will best allow them to showcase their skills in the offseason.
The Green Bay Packers will certainly be one of the teams to watch throughout this year’s NFL Draft. After trading star wideout Davante Adams to Las Vegas, the Packers have a lot of ammunition in this year’s draft, and many will be curious to see how it is spent later this week and weekend.
For the second time this week, the Minnesota Vikings have hosted and signed an ex-Green Bay Packer. Earlier this week, Za'Darius Smith inked a deal with the Vikings, and now a former member of the Packers secondary has agreed to terms.
Wide receiver continues to be the most pressing offseason need for the Green Bay Packers, but on Tuesday afternoon, the team bolstered another area of need by landing a veteran defensive lineman in free agency.
The Davante Adams departure from Green Bay sent shockwaves around the NFL last week. Despite the disappointment of losing a premier player in the league, the Green Bay Packers have utilized the additional cap space to retain and recruit talent to be a part of the team moving forward.