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History of the 88th Selection

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There hasn't been a Pro Bowler drafted at No. 88 since the Steelers selected Jason Gilden in 1994. One Pro Bowler who was selected at No. 88 was former Packers linebacker Lee Roy Caffey.

The Green Bay Packers hold the 26th selection when the draft begins on April 25. They also have picks in the second (No. 55), third (No. 88), fourth (No. 122), fifth (Nos. 159, 167), sixth (No. 193) and seventh rounds (232). Here is the history of selection No. 88, with statistical data from Pro Football Reference. The last 10 picks Year: Player, Position, Team (Career stats or awards...

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