The Packers will begin the final day of the 2013 NFL Draft with 10 selections — at least two in each round — after three trades Friday evening.
Each time, Green Bay moved back in the order and collected at least one extra choice.
The Packers made a pair of deals with NFC rivals San Francisco. In Round Two, the 49ers acquired the Packers’ No. 55 pick in exchange for selection Nos. 61 (Round Two) and 173 (Round Six). The 49ers took Rice tight end Vance McDonald, while the Packers stayed put at No. 61 and took Alabama running back Eddie Lacy — the only rookie Green Bay added on Friday.
In Round Three, the 49ers moved up again, sending their third-round pick (No. 93) and a seventh-round choice (No. 216) for Green Bay’s third-rounder (No. 88). San Francisco used the choice to add Auburn defensive lineman Corey Lemonier.
The Packers didn’t have the No. 93 pick long, sending it to Miami for fourth-, fifth- and seventh-round choices (Nos. 109, 146, 224). The Dolphins took Utah State cornerback Will Davis.
The Packers? They were done for the evening, a new running back on the roster and a lot of work to do Saturday.
Here are Green Bay’s Day Three picks:
Round Four: Nos. 109, 122
Round Five: Nos. 146, 159, 167
Round Six: Nos. 173, 193
Round Seven: Nos. 216, 224, 232.