The second and third rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft are history, and defense was the focus for the team from Titletown. The Green Bay Packers worked a trade to get two picks in the second, and wound up selecting DT Jerel Worthy from Michigan State (above) with the 51st overall pick.
VIDEO: Here is the coverage from the NFL Network for Worthy’s selection.
The Packers gave up their third-round pick, No. 90, and their fifth-rounder, No. 163, to move up to No. 62 near the bottom of the second round to draft CB Casey Hayward from Vanderbilt.
VIDEO: To watch the coverage of Hayward’s selection, please click here.