The Packers have signed two more draft picks.
According to the NFL’s Friday transactions, the club has reached deals with fourth-round selection Carl Bradford and sixth-round selection Demetri Goodson.
Bradford (6-1, 252) recorded 110 tackles and 21.5 sacks in three seasons with Arizona State (2011-2013). A defensive end for the Sun Devils, Bradford will play linebacker for the Packers.
A 5-foot-11, 197-pound cornerback, Goodson played point guard at Gonzaga before joining Baylor’s football team in 2011. In three seasons for the Bears, Goodson notched 43 tackles, defended 15 passes and hauled in four interceptions.
Goodson, who is the brother of Jets running back Mike Goodson, joins a crowded and experienced cornerback depth chart in Green Bay. It’s quite possible he is more of a candidate to make the practice squad than the active roster.
The Packers now have all five rookies selected on the draft’s third day under contract.