NFL draft class by selecting TCU linebacker Ty Summers with the 12th pick of the seventh round (No. 226 overall).Packers NFL Draft CoverageGreen Bay Packers 2019 NFL draft capsulesPackers close out 2019 draft Mike Daniels Jersey , select LB Summers in seventh roundPackers add CB Hollman, RB Williams in sixth roundPackers address defense in fifth round, select DL Kingsley KekePackers use third-round pick to select TE Jace SternbergerPackers draft versatile OL Elgton Jenkins in second roundPotential Packers Day 2 picks in 2019 NFL draftPackers trade up, draft safety Darnell Savage at No. 21 overallPackers select Rashan Gary with 12th overall pick in 2019 NFL draftFinal Green Bay Packers 2019 mock draft roundupAfter spending his first three seasons at defensive end, Summers split time at linebacker and DE last season. As a senior in 2018, he played 10 games and tallied 48 tackles, closing out his career with 318 stops, the second-most for any TCU player the past two decades. Summers tied a career high with four sacks in 2018 and was given an All-Big 12 honorable mention nod.At 6-foot-2 and 235 pounds Brett Favre Jersey , the speedy Summers ran his 40-yard dash in 4.51 seconds and has a vertical jump of 36 inches.Green Bay drafted five defensive players in 2019: linebacker Rashan Gary (12th overall), safety Darnell Savage (No. 21) defensive lineman Kingsley Keke (fifth round), cornerback Ka鈥檇ar Hollman (sixth round) and Summers.The Packers also added three rookie offensive players to their roster in center Elgton Jenkins (second round), tight end Jace Sternberger (third round) and running back Dexter Williams (sixth round). The Packers never intended CSTShareTweetShareSharePackers 2018 additions: Byron Bell falls into starting roleJake Roth-USA TODAY SportsOver the next two weeks, Acme Packing Company will break down each position group on the Green Bay Packers and provide insight into how they performed during the 2018 season. Today, we examine the offensive line.Last offseason, the Green Bay Packers rolled the dice on their interior offensive line. Already set at both tackle spots and center, the front office only brought in late-round pick Cole Madison and “street” free agent Byron Bell to compete with Justin McCray for the starting job at right guard. While none of those players seemed like top-flight starters Paul Hornung Jersey , the team only needed one to surprise in order to hold down the position.The plan didn’t’ quite pan out. Madison never reported to training camp (and thus did not merit inclusion on this list) while McCray suffered a shoulder injury early in the season and ended up spending many weeks on the inactive list. That left Bell to start the majority of the Packers’ games at right guard.Byron BellHow acquired: Signed as “street” free agentStats: 12 game appearances, nine starts, 33 total pressures allowedBell, a longtime starting lineman with the Carolina Panthers, Tennessee Titans, and Dallas Cowboys, found himself without a team late into the offseason. The Packers scooped him up on a one-year deal on May 30. Bell didn’t offer much on paper, but the team felt that his experience could prove valuable should injuries press the veteran into duty for a few games.A few games turned into 12 Bart Starr Jersey , nine of them starts. To his credit, Bell acquitted himself better than McCray, who struggled early and often before a shoulder injury effectively ended his time as the Packers’ preferred starter at right guard. But Bell still allowed 33 total pressures during his 365 snaps, giving him the highest pressure rate of any offensive lineman in Green Bay (9 percent). The offense had plenty of problems in 2018, but the revolving door at right guard proved to be one of the worst.