Draft week is finally upon us, and it’s an exciting time for Green Bay Packers fans.
What happens after the draft? It’s time for offseason workouts, signing undrafted free agents, rookie camp and spring practices. The path to getting over the hump in the NFC and returning to the Super Bowl starts now.
In celebration, we're going to make it easier than ever before to join Packer Report.
If you buy a monthly subscription before Friday night, we'll add two free months. That’s three months for the price of one. All you need to do is buy either a monthly or annual membership and use the code DRAFT17 on checkout.
You can enjoy all the fruits of a Packer Report membership up until the start of training camp — members-only stories and forums, discounts on all sorts of tickets and gear, and access to every premium story across the network — all for the cost of a burger and some curds. Heck, but a couple tickets to watch the Packers at Lambeau Field and your Packer Report membership will have paid for itself several times over.
Packer Report’s draft coverage is unparalleled. Who is left for Day 2? Here is a series of stories with the best remaining prospects at eight positions of need.
Who will the Packers pick? Ted Thompson’s history offers a guide.
Outside linebacker history
Inside linebacker history
Defensive line history
Wide receiver history
Running back history
Tight end history
Offensive line history
Based on who fits those historical parameters and the skill of the prospects, who are the top players at every position? We offer in-depth analysis on 209 players.
Our Top 12 quarterbacks
Our Top 31 wide receivers
Our Top 14 tight ends
Our Top 20 offensive linemen focus on guards
Our Top 16 running backs
Our Top 20 defensive linemen
Our Top 22 inside linebackers
Our Top 31 outside linebackers
Our Top 19 safeties (CHECK IT OUT FOR FREE)
Our Top 25 cornerbacks
So get ready for the draft and get complete coverage of the team after the draft — and save some money on tickets and gear while you're at it— by JOINING PACKER REPORT today.