NFL Draft facts

The Green Bay Packers are one of only six teams to participate in all 70 NFL Drafts.<p>

Green Bay's picks fall in the first round (No. 24 overall), second round (Nos. 51 and 58), third round (89), fourth round (125), fifth round (143) and sixth round (180). Here's a closer look at Green Bay's seven selections and the history behind each pick in this weekend's NFL Draft:

Round 1: 24th overall selection is Green Bay's original selection.

Round 2: 51st pick (19th in the round) is the result of the Mike McKenzie trade with New Orleans last October. The Packers received the Saints' second round pick, QB J.T. O'Sullivan and a 2006 conditional choice, Oct. 4, 2004.

Round 2: 58th pick (26th in the round) is Green Bay's original selection.

Round 3: 89th pick (25th in the round) is Green Bay's original selection.

Round 4: 125th pick (24th in the round) is Green Bay's original selection.

Round 5: 143rd pick (7th in the round) is the result of a trade with Oakland Sept. 3, 2004 for S Marques Anderson.

Round 5: 152nd pick (26th in the round) Green Bay's original selection was given to Kansas City in Sept. 5, 2004 trade for DE R-Kal Truluck.

Round 6: 180th pick (6th in the round) is from the result of a trade with Oakland Sept. 3, 2004 for S Marques Anderson.

Round 6: 199th pick (25th in the round) was given to Kansas City in Sept. 5, 2004 trade for DE R-Kal Truluck.

Round 7: 238th pick (24th in the round) was given to Kansas City in April 24, 2003 trade for CB Derrick Combs.

70TH ANNUAL NFL PLAYER SELECTION MEETING:

Where: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 West 34th St., New York, N.Y.

When: 11 a.m. CDT, Saturday (Rounds 1-3) 10 a.m. CDT, Sunday (Rounds 4-7)

Selections: 255 overall choices, including 32 compensatory selections, awarded to 14 teams that suffered a net loss of certain quality unrestricted free agents last year.

Time limits: Round 1 — 15 minutes each team; Round 2 — 10 minutes each team; Rounds 3-7 — 5 minutes each team.

The first three rounds will conclude Saturday by approximately 9 p.m. CDT. In 2004, the first round consumed five hours, 24 minutes; the second lasted 2:47, and the third 1:56. Resuming Sunday, the draft is expected to finish at about 5 p.m. CDT.

Television: Unlike 2004, ESPN's main network will cover the draft from start to finish, both days. Saturday, coverage begins at 11 a.m. CDT. Sunday, draft coverage starts at 10 a.m. CDT. NFL Network on Monday kicked off 29 hours of draft-related programming. Flagship show Total Access airs live at the draft three times Saturday (10 a.m., 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. CDT). Then, on Sunday, Total Access wraps up the draft with a 90- minute show, starting at 6 p.m. CDT.


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