NFL Draft order set; Packers to pick 27th

Posted by Mike Spofford on February 9, 2016 – 10:04 am

GREEN BAY — With the Super Bowl concluded, the full order for the first round of the NFL Draft is now set.

The Packers will select 27th and have one pick in each of the seven rounds. Green Bay is also expected to receive an additional pick or picks through the free agency compensatory system. The Packers lost CBs Tramon Williams and Davon House in free agency a year ago and did not sign any free agents from other teams. Compensatory picks are normally announced at the owners’ meeting in late March and can fall anywhere from the end of the third to the end of the seventh rounds.

The draft is slated for April 28-30 and will take place in Chicago for the second straight year.

Here is the full order for the first round, which will have 31 selections. The New England Patriots will not have a first-round pick, a penalty imposed as part of the “Deflategate” investigation.

1. Tennessee Titans
2. Cleveland Browns
3. San Diego Chargers
4. Dallas Cowboys
5. Jacksonville Jaguars
6. Baltimore Ravens
7. San Francisco 49ers
8. Miami Dolphins
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
10. New Orleans Saints
11. Chicago Bears
12. New York Giants
13. Philadelphia Eagles
14. Oakland Raiders
15. Los Angeles Rams
16. Detroit Lions
17. Atlanta Falcons
18. Indianapolis Colts
19. Buffalo Bills
20. New York Jets
21. Washington Redskins
22. Houston Texans
23. Minnesota Vikings
24. Cincinnati Bengals
25. Pittsburgh Steelers
26. Seattle Seahawks
27. Green Bay Packers
28. Kansas City Chiefs
29. Arizona Cardinals
30. Carolina Panthers
31. Denver Broncos

 


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