The Packers kept dealing Sunday, trading up in the 5th round to pick DT James Lee of Oregon State at No. 147. GB traded its 5th (165th) and a sixth-round picks (203rd) to Seattle in the deal.<P>
Not finished yet, Green Bay moved up again to select Vanderbilt LB Hunter Hillenmeyer later in the 5th (166). The Packers got the spot from Philly in exchange for the 185th and 244th picks. <P>
Later, the Pack addressed offense, gained another 7th round pick and finished strong with more D.<P>
With a 6th round compensatory pick (212), the Packers took Notre Dame OT Brennan Curtin.
Just when you thought the Packers were done dealing, they traded a sixth-round pick in the 2004 NFL draft to get Philadelphia's seventh-round selection (245th) and used it to draft CB Chris Johnson of Louisville.
With their second pick in round 7 (253rd), the Packers selected WR/KR DeAndrew Rubin of South Florida. Then with back-to-back picks at 256 and 257, the Packers selected WR Carl Ford of Toledo and LB Steve Josue of Carson Newman (Tenn.)