The Green Bay Packers addressed some of their needs Saturday in the final day of the NFL Draft.
In the fifth round, the Packers addressed their departures at the linebacker position by drafting Kamal Martin of Minnesota. The Packers picked three times in the sixth round, selecting Michigan guard Jon Runyan was drafted to possibly move over to the tackle spot to replace Bryan Bulaga or have it filled by Indiana tackle Simon Stepaniak. In between those picks was Oregon center Jake Hanson. With their pair of picks in the seventh round, the Packers selected TCU safety Vernon Scott and Miami defensive end Jonathan Marvin.
According to PackerNews.com, the Packers have signed 13 of their allotted 15 undrafted free agent slots as of Saturday night.