Packers sign Wisconsin native DB Sebetic
The Green Bay Packers have added another Wisconsin native to their roster, signing defensive back Kyle Sebetic.
Sebetic is from Pleasant Prairie, Wis., and went to Kenosha Tremper High School. He joins wide receiver Jared Abbrederis as current Packers who are originally from the state.
Sebetic was a four-year starting cornerback at the University of Dayton, where he recorded a total of four interceptions. He joined the New York Giants on June 3, 2014 as an undrafted player but was released Aug. 4. Sebetic was with the Giants' practice squad for one week in early November.
Green Bay got to see Sebetic in-person recently at the NFL's Veterans Combine. He measured in at 6-feet and 197 pounds.
Two Packers draft picks go down a spot: The NFL miscalculated three teams' compensatory draft picks, and though neither of Green Bay's were wrong, the changes will affect the Packers. As a result of changes made to a compensatory pick for Carolina, Denver and Pittsburgh, two of the Packers' sixth-round picks have been bumped down.
Green Bay was scheduled to have pick Nos. 205 and 212 in the sixth round, but those selections are now Nos. 206 and 213.
The Packers' full list of draft picks this year is now: No. 30 (first round), No. 62 (second round), No. 94 (third round), No. 129 (fourth round), No. 166 (fifth round), Nos. 206, 210, 213 (sixth round) and No. 247 (seventh round).
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