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INDIANAPOLIS — New Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Authentic Sheldon Day Jersey today spoke with Colts.com’s Matt Taylor. Hear what he had to say about what he’s bringing to the Indy defense, the opportunity to continue playing with Authentic DeForest Buckner Jersey, his memories of growing up in Indianapolis and much more.

Here are some highlights from the conversation, which you can listen to in its entirety above:

» Day’s playing style seems like a perfect fit for coordinator Matt Eberflus’ defensive schemes: The Colts of course want talented playmakers on defense, but at the very core the most important attributes the team are looking for include effort, passion and hustle.

Day said he brings that to the table each and every week.

“High motor, I love the game,” Day said when asked how he’d describe his playing style. “I’m definitely a technician; I try to do everything right and make sure that I’m felt when I’m on the field.”

Just 25 years old — he’ll be 26 in July — Day has spent the first four seasons of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers as a key piece of depth for a couple very talented defensive lines, but the arrow certainly appears to be pointed up for Day and his potential.

In fact, Day started all three postseason games for the 49ers last season, including Super Bowl LIV.

The 6-foot-1, 285-pound Day has played in 56 career games in all, and has collected 53 tackles (38 solo), 14.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks and four passes defensed over that time.

Day said he was already very familiar with the Colts’ playing style from studying them on film over the last couple years, and is excited to add his flavor to the defense in 2020.

“The tenacity that they play with,” Day said when asked what stands out about the Colts’ defense. “And I love watching them on film. Last year with the Niners, we’d watch effort plays and stuff like that, and the way that the Colts play, they run to the ball, they play physical, they fly around, have fun, young group. So it’s going to be an exciting time to get established with these guys.”

» Day is ecstatic about the chance to follow fellow former 49ers defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to Indy: The Colts on March 18 made a huge splash when they acquired the All-Pro Buckner in a trade with the 49ers, sending the 13th-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to San Francisco.

Day and Buckner have been teammates along the defensive line the last 2 1/2 seasons with the 49ers, and have developed a close bond that will only continue to grow with their Colts opportunity.

“DeForest (has) made me detail my game,” Day said. “So we would be working on pass-rush moves, bouncing ideas off of each other, just trying to make sure that our game grew together, and we’re always giving each other tips. If I see something on film I’m reach out to him, and vice versa. So, man, what a special guys he is.”

Just what kind of playmaker are the Colts getting in Buckner?

“Oh man — he’s a special player,” Day said. “Great leader, on and off the field, but, man, can’t say enough great things about him. A dominant force on the field; definitely fun playing with him — our chemistry is great — so it’s a good opportunity for us to continue to grow our chemistry that we’ve been building the last two years.”

It was Day and Buckner starting at defensive tackle for the 49ers as they advanced through the NFC playoffs and into the Super Bowl last season.

The Kansas City Chiefs ultimately won that game, 31-20, by staging a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback. But because of that, Day said the Colts are getting two defensive playmakers who know what it takes to get to the big game — and who understand how important it is to grab hold of the title when it’s within grasp.

“Me and DeForest were talking about the chip that we have on our shoulder because we were so close,” Day said. “It was right there in our hands, and all we had to do was squeeze it and grab it, and we let up. So ultimately we have a chip on our shoulders and we know how to get there, and now we know what to do to overcome that shortcoming that we had.”

» Day can’t wait to get back to his hometown to play in front of his family and friends: An Indianapolis native, Day cut his teeth at one of the top high school football programs in the state, Warren Central, before starring at Notre Dame.

He admits he was more of a “bandwagon” Colts fan growing up — it was hard not to root for those Peyton Manning teams that were winning 12 games year after year after year — but still believes he has “Colts in my blood.”

“The first little league team I played for was the Colts,” Day said with a laugh.

Day said it took him until his junior year in high school to really make any noise at the varsity level, an experience that taught him the true value of hard work and knowing how to play his role.

It’s a message Day makes sure to pass along each year when he hosts a football camp at his alma mater on the east side of town.

“I would say early on, like, of course, freshman and sophomore year, I didn’t play varsity ball — I was on the JV team — so I guess the process kind of made me understand and value how much work it would take,” he said. “So I’d definitely say probably as I got into college, I was like, ‘I can really do this,’ and I started to dedicate myself to the game and really put everything I had into it.”

A self-described “chill, laid-back guy with a big heart” off the field, Day, who trains in Miami, Fla., during the offseason, is looking forward to his opportunity to take the Lucas Oil Stadium turf once again.

“Just being able to play in front of the hometown, with all the support backing us, it’s going to be a special year,” Day said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The NFL’s “legal tampering period” for free agency is now under way as of noon ET on Monday, paving the way for all teams to begin contract discussions with outside free agents.

With this important domino falling — as well as Monday’s deadline to designate players with the franchise or transition tag — there’s no better time than now to visit what teams’ roster needs are.

The Indianapolis Colts sit in a great position as far as salary cap space goes, possessing among the most in the league. However, that space is about to begin getting distributed to some players whose contracts are set to expire, whether they were already with the Colts or not. What positions may be getting some of that money? Let’s take a look.

Here’s what could be considered the Colts’ top three areas to be addressed, listed in depth chart order.

PASSING GAME UPGRADES
Under contract in 2020:

QB — Jacoby Brissett, Brian Hoyer, Chad Kelly | WR — T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal, Parris Campbell, Ashton Dulin, Steve Ishmael, Chad Williams, Artavis Scott, Malik Henry, Rodney Adams | TE — Jack Doyle, Mo Alie-Cox, Xavier Grimble, Billy Brown, Ian Bunting, Matt Lengel
2020 free agents:

QB — None | WR — Devin Funchess (UFA), Dontrelle Inman (UFA), Chester Rogers (UFA), Marcus Johnson (RFA), Daurice Fountain (ERFA) | TE — Eric Ebron (UFA)

Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

QB — Tom Brady (New England Patriots), Teddy Bridgewater (New Orleans Saints), Philip Rivers (Los Angeles Chargers), Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) | WR — Nelson Agholor (Philadelphia Eagles), Amari Cooper (Dallas Cowboys; reported deal with Dallas Cowboys), Breshad Perriman (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Demarcus Robinson (Kansas City Chiefs), Tajae Sharpe (Tennessee Titans) | TE — Austin Hooper (Atlanta Falcons; reported deal with Cleveland Browns)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

QB — Jacob Eason, Anthony Gordon, Justin Herbert, Jalen Hurts, Jordan Love | WR — Brandon Aiyuk, Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, Denzel Mims, Henry Ruggs III | TE — Hunter Bryant, Brycen Hopkins, Cole Kmet, Albert Okwuegbunam, Adam Trautman
The Colts’ passing offense finished third from the bottom in 2019 after averaging just 194.2 yards per game. There were plenty of injuries to very important players that contributed to their issues, but you have to be able to perform regardless of circumstance. The Colts are not only facing last year’s struggles, but they also have several key players due to hit free agency in Devin Funchess, Eric Ebron and Chester Rogers. They have to replenish the cupboard as well as keep in mind that star receiver T.Y. Hilton is turning 31 years old during the season. They could be looking at reloading in the passing game, which is good timing considering this year’s NFL Draft is potentially historically deep at the receiver position.

OFFENSIVE LINE DEPTH
Under contract in 2020:

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2020 free agents:

OT — Le’Raven Clark (UFA) | IOL — Josh Andrews (UFA), Joe Haeg (UFA)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

OT — TBD | IOL — Graham Glasgow (Detroit Lions; reported deal with Denver Broncos), Ted Karras (New England Patriots), Connor McGovern (Denver Broncos), Michael Schofield (Los Angeles Chargers)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

OT — Hakeem Adeniji, Austin Jackson, Josh Jones, Lucas Niang, Prince Tego Wanogho | IOL — Tyler Biadasz, Ben Bredeson, Kevin Dotson, Jonah Jackson, Cesar Ruiz
The Colts were able to get a commitment from left tackle Anthony Castonzo that he’d not only continue playing football, but that he’d also re-sign with them. With that sigh of relief, the team still has its top two reserve tackles set to hit free agency in Le’Raven Clark and Joe Haeg. The pair also provide depth at guard, so their versatility is critical for the Colts’ offensive line depth. This year’s offensive tackle group in the draft is a good one, which is a big positive considering the free agent tackle class has a mix of quite a few older veterans and players who have primarily been starters throughout their careers (the latter of which the Colts don’t really need). That doesn’t quite fit, as the Colts may likely be more in the market for quality depth players, so we’ll revisit potential candidates after the free agency frenzy is through.

DEFENSIVE LINE DEPTH
Under contract in 2020:

DE — Justin Houston, Kemoko Turay, Al-Quadin Muhammad, Ben Banogu, Gerri Green, Jegs Jegede | DT — Denico Autry, Grover Stewart, Tyquan Lewis

2020 free agents:

DE — Jabaal Sheard (UFA) | DT — Trevon Coley (RFA)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

DE — Jadeveon Clowney (Seattle Seahawks), Dante Fowler Jr. (Los Angeles Rams), Yannick Ngakoue* (FT, Jacksonville Jaguars), Robert Quinn (Dallas Cowboys) | DT — Javon Hargrave (Pittsburgh Steelers; reported deal with Philadelphia Eagles), D.J. Reader (Houston Texans), Shelby Harris (Denver Broncos)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

DE — K’Lavon Chaisson, A.J. Epenesa, Yetur Gross-Matos, Terrell Lewis, Julian Okwara | DT — Marlon Davidson, Ross Blacklock, Derrick Brown, Neville Gallimore, Javon Kinlaw
The Colts finished tied for 15th in sacks in 2019 with 41, which isn’t bad, but is off the mark for where they’d like to rank in league standings. The team often stresses the importance of not only having a strong pass rush, but having depth there as well so that pressure may come in waves. With Jabaal Sheard set to hit free agency, the Colts would need to ensure they have a starting left defensive end who can not only provide pressure, but who can seal the edge against the run at a high level as Sheard does. Their top edge rusher, Justin Houston, is also turning 32 after the regular season. This offseason, there are some high-quality options potentially available in both free agency and the draft.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts today signed running back Authentic Darius Jackson Jersey to the practice squad and placed running back Bruce Anderson III on the Practice Squad Injured list.

Jackson, 6-0, 230 pounds, had one prior stint on the Colts practice squad this season when he was signed by the team on September 20. He also spent time on the practice squads of the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers this season. In 2018, Jackson played in four games during his time with the Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. He compiled six carries for 16 yards and recorded four kickoff returns for 90 yards. Jackson was originally selected by the Cowboys in the sixth round (216th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Anderson III, 5-11, 210 pounds, has had two prior stints on the Colts practice squad this season. He also spent time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad earlier this year. Anderson III was originally signed by the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2019.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts today elevated safety Rolan Milligan to the 53-man roster from the practice squad and signed running back Authentic Bruce Anderson Jersey to the practice squad.

Milligan, 5-10, 200 pounds, was signed to the Colts practice squad on September 4, 2019. He participated in Indianapolis’ 2019 offseason program and training camp before being waived on September 2. Milligan spent time on the Colts’ active roster and practice squad last season. He also spent time on the Detroit Lions practice squad in 2018. In 2017, Authentic Rolan Milligan Jersey spent time on the Lions’ active roster and practice squad but did not see game action. He participated in the Dallas Cowboys’ 2016 offseason program and training camp before being waived on August 16, 2016. Milligan was originally signed by the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent on May 9, 2016.

Anderson III, 5-11, 210 pounds, spent time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad this season. He participated in the Buccaneers’ 2019 offseason program and training camp before being waived during final cuts on August 31 and signed to the practice squad the next day. Anderson III originally signed with Tampa Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2019. Collegiately, he played in 52 games (16 starts) at North Dakota State (2015-18) and totaled 486 carries for 2,896 yards and 24 touchdowns, 32 receptions for 448 yards and seven touchdowns and 52 kickoff returns for 1,360 yards and two touchdowns. Anderson III helped lead the Bison to three FCS National Championships (2015, 2017 and 2018) and finished fifth in program history in all-purpose yards (4,704).

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts have received a good deal of praise, and rightfully so, for their ability to find talented playmakers through the NFL Draft in recent seasons.

But perhaps one of the more underrated parts of the scouting process is the ability to uncover the unheralded gems — the guys who don’t have the luxury of being a draft pick — and seeing them also compete for roster spots year in and year out.

The Colts, as it turns out, have been among the league’s best in this area now going on two decades.

Last year, the team decided to keep linebacker Skai Moore and safety George Odum coming out of training camp and the preseason, which represented the 20th straight season in which the Colts have had at least one undrafted rookie free agent make their initial 53-man roster.

So about this time each year it’s become a tradition to ask: will the Colts make it 21 straight years in 2019?

For an outsiders’ perspective, Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox last month assigned grades to all 32 teams based on their 2019 undrafted free agent haul; the Colts received a “B,” and Knox was especially intrigued by Georgia State wide receiver Penny Hart. He wrote:

“Hart is the highlight of Indianapolis’ UDFA class, and he could be a legitimate offensive weapon in year one. He has the speed to stretch the field as a fourth or fifth receiver, and he brings ability as a return specialist. He averaged 19.9 and 17.6 yards per kick and punt return, respectively, in 2018.”

We’re yet to really see Hart in a practice setting with the Colts due to the fact that he sat out rookie minicamp, OTAs and veteran minicamp with an undisclosed injury. But we’ll be sure to keep an eye out for him whenever he is able to return.

But who are the other candidates hoping to catch the coaching staff’s eye and make the Week 1 roster as undrafted rookies? Here are some capsules on the rest of the bunch, courtesy of Colts Communications:

» Ashton Dulin, wide receiver: Dulin, 6-1, 215 pounds, played in 39 career games (29 starts) at Malone University and compiled 189 receptions for 3,188 yards and 28 touchdowns. He also carried the ball 53 times for 387 yards and three touchdowns. As a returner, Dulin totaled 77 kickoff returns for 1,847 yards and three touchdowns and five punt returns for 33 yards. He finished as the program’s all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards, all-purpose yards and kickoff return touchdowns. Dulin ranked second in all-time receiving touchdowns and third in total touchdowns in Malone history. As a senior in 2018, he earned numerous awards, including Great Midwest Athletic Conference Offensive Back of the Year, G-MAC Special Teams Player of the Year, First Team All-G-MAC, Second Team All-Super Region 1 (as a return specialist) and was a nominee for the Harlon Hill Trophy (Division II College Football Player of the Year). In 2018, Dulin started all 10 games and caught 61 passes for 984 yards and 11 touchdowns. He registered 13 rushes for 120 yards and one touchdown as well as 28 kickoff returns for 836 yards and three touchdowns. Dulin ranked second among all players in Division II and led all wide receivers in NCAA football (FBS, FCS, DII or DIII) with 194.7 all-purpose yards per game. His three kickoff return touchdowns were the most in Division II. In 2017, Dulin earned First Team All-G-MAC honors after starting all 10 games and compiling 59 receptions for 1,050 yards and 10 touchdowns. He started all nine games in 2016 and caught 50 passes for 825 yards and four touchdowns. As a freshman in 2015, Dulin saw action in all 10 games and tallied 19 receptions for 329 yards and three touchdowns.
» Cole Hedlund, kicker: Hedlund, 5-9, 162 pounds, saw action in 35 games at North Texas (2018) and Arkansas (2014-17) and converted 33-of-46 field goals and 142-of-145 PATs. In 2018, he made 19-of-22 field goals and 51-of-54 PATs to rank 24th in the nation in scoring with 108 points. Hedlund was a First Team All-Conference USA selection and was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award, which annually recognizes college football’s top kicker. Prior to transferring to North Texas, he spent four seasons at Arkansas, where he converted 14-of-24 field goals and 91-of-91 PATs. As a redshirt freshman in 2015, Hedlund tied a school record for PATs made in a season (58) and was one of four SEC kickers to make all of his PATs (minimum of 50 attempts).

» Hale Hentges, tight end: Hentges, 6-4, 254 pounds, saw action in 58 games (27 starts) at Alabama and compiled 15 receptions for 124 yards and six touchdowns while playing primarily as a blocking tight end. As a senior in 2018, he played in all 15 games (nine starts) and caught four passes for 34 yards and three touchdowns while serving as one of the Crimson Tide’s four permanent team captains. Hentges was selected as the SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year by the conference’s coaches and earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors. He was also a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award and a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, which recognizes an individual as the absolute best in the country for his academic success, football performance and exemplary community leadership. Hentges saw action in all 14 games (13 starts) in 2017 and tallied seven receptions for 75 yards and three touchdowns. In 2016, he appeared in all 15 games (three starts) and collected three catches for 10 yards. As a freshman in 2015, Hentges saw action in 14 games (two starts) and caught one pass for five yards.

» Sterling Shippy, defensive tackle: Shippy, 5-11, 295 pounds, played in 34 games at Alcorn State (2016-18) and totaled 94 tackles (42 solo), 32.5 tackles for loss, 11.0 sacks, two passes defensed, one fumble recovery and two forced fumbles. In 2018, he was a Second Team AFCA All-America selection after appearing in 13 games and registering 38 tackles (17 solo), 14.5 tackles for loss, 8.0 sacks, one pass defensed, one fumble recovery and two forced fumbles. Shippy saw action in 11 games in 2017 and tallied 17 tackles (eight solo), 3.5 tackles for loss, half a sack and one pass defensed. In 2016, he played in 10 games and finished with 39 tackles (17 solo), 14.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks.

» Shakial Taylor, cornerback: Taylor, 5-11, 175 pounds, saw action in 21 games at Kansas (2017-18) and compiled 55 tackles (46 solo), 1.0 tackle for loss, three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), eight passes defensed and one forced fumble. In 2018, he appeared in 12 games and finished with 33 tackles (28 solo), 1.0 tackle for loss, three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), five passes defensed and one forced fumble. Taylor played in nine games in 2017 and recorded 22 tackles (18 solo) and three passes defensed. He played the 2016 season at Mesa Community College, where he saw action in 11 games and collected 42 tackles, half a tackle for loss, one interception and 18 passes defensed. In 2015, Taylor played in 11 games at South Dakota State and tallied seven tackles and one pass defensed.

» Tre Thomas, linebacker: Thomas, 6-1, 221 pounds, played in 51 games (24 starts) at Colorado State (2014-18) and totaled 218 tackles (111 solo), 18.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, one interception, six passes defensed and one fumble recovery. His 51 career games tied for fourth in program history. In 2018, Thomas saw action in all 12 games (10 starts) and compiled 101 tackles (42 solo), 4.5 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, four passes defensed and one fumble recovery. He appeared in all 13 games (one start) in 2017 and registered 41 tackles (23 solo), 2.0 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, one interception and two passes defensed. Thomas played in all 13 games (10 starts) in 2016 and tallied 38 tackles (22 solo), 7.0 tackles for loss and 1.0 sack. In 2015, he appeared in all 13 games (three starts) and collected 38 tackles (24 solo) and 5.0 tackles for loss. Thomas redshirted as a true freshman in 2014.

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INDIANAPOLIS — With the 34th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts have selected cornerback Rock Ya-Sin.

Ya-Sin — who stands at 6-foot and weighs 192 pounds — transferred to Temple in 2018 after three standout seasons at FCS Presbyterian College. For the Owls last season, Ya-Sin earned first-team All-American Athletic Conference honors, logging 47 tackles (two for a loss) with two interceptions and a team-best 12 passes defensed.

NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein — who compared Ya-Sin to current Colts cornerback Nate Hairston — wrote this about Ya-Sin in his draft profile:

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As of now, the Colts’ next pick is in the second round (46th overall) — the pick the team acquired in Friday night’s trade with the Washington Redskins, in which Indy sent its first-round (26th-overall) selection to Washington in exchange for the 46th pick and the Redskins’ 2020 second-round pick.

The Colts also currently have a third second-round pick at 59th overall, as well as a third round (89th-overall) selection that will be announced tonight.

For more on this selection, check back with Colts.com.

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Two days after fill-in starter Oren Burks suffered a shoulder injury during pregame warm-ups, the Green Bay Packers traded for an inside linebacker.

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While Andrew Luck wouldn’t assign a letter grade to his preseason performance, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback says he earned a passing grade. Saturday’s final preseason game included a touchdown pass to Eric Ebron.

The Packers acquired Antonio Morrison from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for cornerback Lenzy Pipkins, the teams announced Sunday.

“Antonio is obviously an experienced linebacker,” coach Mike McCarthy said Sunday. “If you look at the youth of the group, it’s something we felt we needed to add.

“These things don’t just happen overnight. We’re very young at that position.”

Burks, a third-round pick, had moved into a starting role after Jake Ryan blew out his knee the first week of training camp. The rookie from Vanderbilt started the first two preseason games and was slated to do the same on Friday at Pittsburgh, where he was hurt before the game even started.

McCarthy indicated the Packers were looking to add linebacker depth even before Burks’ injury, which he said Sunday was “better than we anticipated” and “should not be a long-term deal.”

“It’s a position that we wanted to add experience to,” McCarthy said. “And definitely [we have] some young guys there that we feel good about.”

Third-year pro Blake Martinez, who tied for the NFL lead in tackles last season, was the only inside linebacker on the roster with any NFL experience after Ryan was placed on injured reserve.

In place of Burks, the Packers started undrafted rookie Greer Martini and also used practice-squad member Ahmad Thomas against the Steelers.

Burks said his shoulder popped out of place.

“I didn’t really think much of it,” Burks said. “Knew something was wrong, obviously, but I’ve never had any shoulder issues before, so I didn’t really know what I was feeling or any kinds of things like that. Good evaluation, good feedback from the MRI and things like that. Like I said, just taking it one day at a time, trying to get rehabbed and get back as soon as possible.”
While running back Ty Montgomery left Friday’s game with a foot injury, he said he was fine and that “I’m not injured.” However, there is concern about backup offensive lineman Kyle Murphy, who started at right tackle against the Steelers. He sustained a right ankle injury and was seen Sunday in a walking boot.

Morrison, a fourth-round pick from Florida in 2016, started all 15 games he played in last season and made four starts as a rookie. The Colts switched from a 3-4 to a 4-3 defense this season, and Morrison fell to the third string.

Pipkins made the Packers’ 53-man roster last season as an undrafted free agent. He appeared in 12 games, mostly on special teams, making one start at cornerback and playing a total of 112 defensive snaps. The Packers loaded up at cornerback in the offseason, signing free agent Tramon Williams and using their first two picks on Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson.