A game-by-game look at the Green Bay Packers' 2017 regular-season schedule.
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Pro Bowl right guard T.J. Lang's departure for a three-year, $28.5 million deal with his hometown Detroit Lions leaves a hole in Green Bay's offensive line that could be filled in the draft.
The depth won’t necessarily stop general manager Ted Thompson from adding another receiver or another tight end if there’s a too-good-to-pass-up talent staring him in the face, but it seems unlikely he’d invest too high a pick in a pass-catcher.
Watt is projected to be a late first- to second-round pick. With the Packers set to pick at No. 29 in Thursday night's first round, he will likely be there for the taking.