In the second and third rounds of the NFL draft on Friday, Green Bay went to the offensive side of the ball with their selections. In the second round with the 62nd overall pick, the Packers drafted Josh Myers, a potential replacement for All-Pro Corey Linsley, who left for the Los Angeles Chargers in free agency. Both Myers and Linsley played college football at Ohio State University. Myers was an all big ten selection. There is a chance for a Rodgers to Rodgers pass and catch connection after Green Bay moved up seven spots to take Amari Rodgers, a wide receiver out of Clemson, 85th overall. Rodgers had over a thousand yards in his 2020 season.