The Green Bay Packers fulfilled one need of depth at defensive line with the pickup of Kenny Clark from UCLA in Thursday's first round. Friday was a day to snag two more pieces to what they hope are a championship puzzle.
What was next for Green Bay? A trade up to get pick No. 48 during the NFL Draft's 2nd round Friday night and a pick of Jason Spriggs, an offensive tackle from Indiana to develop the team's line depth.
In the 3rd round, the Packers added outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell from Utah State.
Green Bay has four more picks Saturday - picks 33 and 39 in the 4th round (131 and 137, respectively), 26 in the 5th round (163 overall) and 25 in the 6th round (200 overall).
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