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Packers Select CB Ahmad Carroll
With the 25th overall selection of the 2004 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Arkansas cornerback Ahmad Carroll (5-10, 193). For his college career, Carroll had 140 tackles (98 solo), 25 passes defensed and four interceptions. Carroll ran a 4.26 in the 40-yard dash. - Bio | Audio (Sat & Sun) | Photo Gallery
  • Photo Gallery: Carroll Visits Lambeau Field
  • Sherman: Carroll Will Make 'Impact'
  • Notebook: Carroll vs. Losman?

    Packers Trade 2nd-Round Pick
    The Green Bay Packers traded the 55th overall pick (24th pick; 2nd round) to the Jacksonville Jaguars for the 70th overall pick (7th pick; 3rd round) and the 102nd overall pick (6th pick; 4th round).



    Packers Select CB Joey Thomas In Round 3
    With the 70th overall selection of the 2004 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Montana State cornerback Joey Thomas (6-1, 195). For his Division I-AA college career, Thomas had 122 tackles (84 solo), 41 passes defensed and 11 interceptions. Thomas ran a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash. - Bio | Audio
  • Packers Nab Big Corner From Big Sky



    Packers Trade Up, Select DT Donnell Washington
    The Green Bay Packers traded the 86th overall pick (23rd pick; 3rd round) and the 118th overall pick (22nd pick; 4th round) to the Jacksonville Jaguars for the 72nd overall pick (9th pick; 3rd round).

    The Packers selected Clemson defensive tackle Donnell Washington with the 72nd overall pick. For his college career, Washington had 155 tackles (96 solo), with nine sacks, 23 tackles for loss and 52 quarterback pressures. - Bio | Audio
  • Washington Possesses Power, Potential



    Packers Trade Up, Select P B.J. Sander
    The Green Bay Packers traded the 102nd overall pick (6th pick; 4th round) and the 153rd overall pick (21st pick; 5th round) to the Miami Dolphins for the 87th overall pick (24th pick; 3rd round).

    The Packers selected Ohio State punter B.J. Sander with the 87th overall pick. For his college career, Sander had 125 punts for 5,270 yards (42.2 avg). He won the Ray Guy award as the nation's top punter his senior season. - Bio | Audio | Photo Gallery
  • Packers Think Punter Worth 'Risk'



    Packers Trade Up, Select DT Corey Williams
    The Green Bay Packers traded the 188th overall pick (23rd pick; 6th round) and the 226th overall pick (25th pick; 7th round) to the San Francisco 49ers for the 179th overall pick (14th pick; 6th round).

    The Packers selected Arkansas State DT Corey Williams with the 179th overall pick. For his college career, Williams had 136 tackles (84 solos) with 14.5 sacks for minus-105 yards. - Bio | Audio
  • Williams Provides Versatility On D-Line



    Packers Select C Scott Wells In Round 7
    The Packers selected Tennessee center Scott Wells with the 251st overall pick. - Bio | Audio
  • Wells Gives Packers 'Special' 7th-Round Pick

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    Round
    Overall   Player
    1
    25
    CB Ahmad Carroll, Arkansas
    Bio | Audio (Sat & Sun) | Photo Gallery
    Photo Gallery: Carroll Visits Lambeau Field
    2
    55
    To Jacksonville on Draft Day 2004
    3
    70
    CB Joey Thomas, Montana State
    (From Jacksonville on Draft Day 2004)
    Bio | Audio
    3
    72
    DT Donnell Washington, Clemson
    (From Jacksonville on Draft Day 2004)
    Bio | Audio
    3
    86
    To Jacksonville on Draft Day 2004
    3
    87
    P B.J. Sander, Ohio State
    (From Miami on Draft Day 2004)
    Bio | Audio | Photo Gallery
    4
    102
    To Miami (from Jacksonville) on Draft Day 2004
    4
    118
    To Jacksonville on Draft Day 2004
    5
    153
    To Miami (from Jacksonville) on Draft Day 2004
    6
    179
    DT Corey Williams, Arkansas State
    (From San Francisco on Draft Day 2004)
    Bio | Audio
    6
    185
    To Philadelphia on Draft Day 2003 to move up in seventh round to select CB Chris Johnson
    6
    188
    To San Francisco on Draft Day 2004 (From Dallas for WR Terry Glenn)
    7
    226
    To San Francisco on Draft Day 2004
    7
    251
    C Scott Wells, Tennessee
    (Compensatory Selection)
    Bio | Audio
    Packers First Pick? Experts Answer
    Packers.com provides a handful of draft predictions from NFL 'experts' -- both the employed and armchair variety. - Story

    Packers May Look To Future In NFL Draft
    Finding a first-round pick at No. 25 that can help the Packers as much as Nick Barnett did last season could be tough. That's why the Packers might focus more on the future than the present in the 2004 draft. - Story

    Live Chat: College Scouting Dir. John Dorsey
    Read a transcript of John Dorsey's exclusive Live Chat from April 22, when he discussed everything from Wisconsin wide receiver Lee Evans to the Packers' evaluation process to the Nick Barnett vs. Boss Bailey decision. - Transcript

    Audio: Annual Pre-Draft Press Conference
    Listen to GM/Head Coach Mike Sherman's annual pre-draft press conference (April 21, 2004) - Audio

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