Green Bay took another step toward making the move from the 4-3 to the 3-4 defense by trading back into the first round for another selection. The Packers found a willing partner in New England at No. 26, dealing their second-round pick at No. 41 and more, to jump up and grab Southern Cal linebacker Clay Matthews.
Now, the Packers have defensive tackle B.J. Raji and a solid linebacker to plug in to their front seven.
Twenty-two more picks until the Bears are on the clock. Four of the top eight receivers remain available:
Do the Indianapolis Colts take one here at No. 27? We'll see.