The Packers have signed all of their draft picks.
Thursday’s NFL transactions report brings word that the final two holdouts — wide receiver Davante Adams and tight end Richard Rodgers — from Green Bay’s draft class have agreed to four-year contracts with the team.
Adams, a second-round pick, was Derek Carr’s favorite receiver at Fresno State and led the nation in both catches and receiving touchdowns during his final collegiate season. Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb will be the top receivers in Green Bay, leaving Adams to fight for snaps behind them. Nelson and Cobb can both be free agents after the season, so a good showing as a rookie could lead to a much bigger role in 2015.
Rodgers went in the third round after making 11 starts and catching 59 passes during his career at Cal. The Packers have Andrew Quarless and Brandon Bostick returning at tight end and they’ve expressed some interest in a possible reunion with Jermichael Finley.