The Green Bay Packers hold nine selections in the 2015 NFL draft, including the 30th pick in the first round.
In free agency, the Packers were able to re-sign wide receiver Randall Cobb and tackle Bryan Bulaga, while also signing safety Kyle Sebetic from the New York Giants and quarterback Matt Blanchard from the Carolina Panthers.
Green Bay lost cornerbacks Tramon Williams (Cleveland Browns) and Davon House (Jacksonville Jaguars), along with running back DuJuan Harris and tight end Brandon Bostick (both to the Minnesota Vikings). Linebackers Jamari Lattimore (New York Jets), Brad Jones (Philadelphia Eagles) and A.J. Hawk (Cincinnati Bengals) also moved on, as did wide receiver Jarrett Boykin, who signed with Carolina.
Going into the draft, the Packers have needs at cornerback, nose tackle and inside linebacker.
Below are the selections Green Bay has in the draft:
Round 1, Pick 30 (30th overall)
Round 2, Pick 30 (62nd overall)
Round 3, Pick 30 (94th overall)
Round 4, Pick 30 (129th overall)
Round 5, Pick 30 (166th overall)
Round 6, Pick 30 (206th overall)
Round 6, Pick 34 (210th overall)
Round 6, Pick 37 (213th overall)
Round 7, Pick 30 (247th overall)