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Eight Packers Draft Picks and Jersey History

LB Nick Perry (James Lang/USP)

The Packers have assigned numbers to their draft picks. Here is the history of the men who wore those numbers, from Packers Hall of Famers to a major draft bust.

Here are the jersey numbers of the Green Bay Packers' draft picks. FIRST ROUND Nick Perry, outside linebacker, USC: No. 53. Players who have worn that number: Fred Carr, who replaced Ray Nitschke, Mike Douglass, who was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 2003, and George Koonce are the noteworthy players who have worn No. 53. Another Packers Hall of Famer, Earl (Bud) Svendson, was a...

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