He'll join Alexander in what could be a dramatically improved secondary with new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine.
The move makes sense for Seattle not just because of their recent history-they last used their original first-rounder in 2011-but also because they were heading into this year with no picks on Day 2 of the draft, something they rectified with this move. Derwin James, meanwhile, was considered the top safety in the draft and potentially even the best defensive back.
The focus shifted to offense for the late rounds on Saturday.
Mizzou wide receiver J'Mon Moore said hearing his name called during the NFL Draft would be a dream come true.
Falk had been projected as a fourth- to fifth-round pick but needed to wait a bit longer, finally going as the 25th choice of the sixth.
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Green Bay returns each of its two leading pass-catchers from previous year, outside receiver Davante Adams and slot receiver Randall Cobb, but recently released Pro Bowl veteran Jordan Nelson, who has since signed with Oakland.
Alexander's speed along with his other exception intangibles were key in the Packers taking the 21-year-old.
"I think we helped the Packers", he said. "The whole group gets better as each guy gets better". I looked up and the Packers drafted me, which is exactly where I wanted to be.
Josh Jackson was an all-district performer who played both receiver and defensive back at Lake Dallas under head coach Michael Young. Last year's punter, Justin Vogel, was seventh in the National Football League in net punting average at 41.6 yards.
The first Washington State player drafted was not, as many expected, Luke Falk, but instead, his offensive tackle Cole Madison. "Brown standing tall at 6'5". Green Bay has questions on the right side of the line. Daniels went to the rival Chicago Bears with pick No. 39.
While he's learning on defense, Alexander can still be extremely helpful for the Packers. He only played in six games last season, starting five, after sustaining a knee injury. Still, after bypassing a thin group of edge rushers in the draft, he left the Packers with the same group of outside pass rushers they had a year ago.