NFL Draft 2017: Packers shopping first pick of second round to three teams

In addition to seeking a new defensive coordinator, the Packers are in search for a new general manager.

Packers general manager Ted Thompson made it clear Friday morning that the first pick in the second round was for sale. When asked if the No. 33 pick was for sale after trading down in the first round Friday night, Thompson was straight forward with his answer.

"Oh yeah, you can put that down," Thompson said. "That will save us a couple of phone calls. We're taking calls."

The Packers were certainly getting calls right until the start of the second round.

The Chargers and the Jets may be looking to move up to get Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer, who the Packers have reportedly said they have an interest.

The Jets though could be afraid the Chargers will move up in front of them to pick Kizer as the Chargers have been mentioned in connection with the Notre Dame signal-caller.

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The Jets though may be trying to use Sheldon Richardson to get this pick at the top of round two, or maybe they're using Calvin Pryor who they are also shopping.

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