Packers sign third-round pick Tucker Kraft

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The Packers are down to three unsigned draft picks.

Wednesday’s transaction wire from the NFL brings word that the Packers have signed third-round pick Tucker Kraft. The tight end will have a four-year deal in Green Bay.

Kraft was one of two tight ends that the Packers selected on the second day of the draft. They also picked Luke Musgrave in the second round and he remains unsigned along with first-round pick Lukas Van Ness and third-rounder Jayden Reed.

Kraft had 99 catches for 1,211 yards and nine touchdowns while at South Dakota State. He and Musgrave join Josiah Deguara, Tyler Davis, Austin Allen, Nick Guggemos, and Camren McDonald at tight end in Green Bay.

The wire also shows that the Packers have signed punter Daniel Whelan and waived defensive back Benjie Franklin.

5 responses to “Packers sign third-round pick Tucker Kraft

  1. His level of competition to this point is the only thing that tempers my enthusiasm.. The guy moves better than many wide receivers and has the potential to really be a force.

  2. Can’t wait until the pads come on and to see what these offensive weapons can do with Jordan Love at the reins.

  3. Time to buy a Condo in the Titletown Development. You can walk to work everyday Tucker.

  4. I love the fact that Love will be “growing up” with all the young talent that Gute has drafted. I think both Kraft and Musgrave will be difference makers in some games.

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