NFL Draft 2016: Green Bay Packers Day 2 selections


Looking at the selections on Day 2 of the 2016 NFL Draft for the Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers went into the 2016 NFL Draft for Day 1 on Thursday knowing that they had a few areas that they could address moving forward. The question and potential issue for them, though, was which players that they liked in this draft class would be available when they were making their selection with the No. 27 overall pick. They ultimately landed on selecting defensive tackle Kenny Clark out of UCLA with their first round pick, a selection that made a great deal of sense given that BJ Raji won’t be playing in Green Bay this season.

However, most people would agree that even with Raji’s absence this upcoming season, the Packers have more pressing needs than drafting a defensive tackle. Subsequently, what they choose to do with their remaining picks will be huge for the fan-perception of the offseason, especially what they do with their selections on Friday in Day 2 of the 2016 NFL Draft.

It’s going to be a standard day on Friday for Day 2 in the 2016 NFL Draft as they have two picks on the day as a whole with one pick in each of the two rounds. The Packers will get their day started in Green Bay by making the No. 57 overall selection at the end of the second round. Green Bay will then finish up their day a the end of Round 3 with the No. 88 overall pick.

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