Outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell, the Green Bay Packers’ third-round draft pick, has agreed to terms on a four-year contract with the team, a source confirmed Thursday.
Fackrell’s signing leaves first-round pick Kenny Clark, a nose tackle from UCLA, as the Packers’ only unsigned draft choice.
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The Packers previously signed their other five draft picks: second-round tackle Jason Spriggs, fourth-round linebacker Blake Martinez, fourth-round defensive lineman Dean Lowry, fifth-round wide receiver Trevor Davis and sixth-round tackle Kyle Murphy.
Fackrell, who played at Utah State, participated in the Packers’ rookie orientation camp last week and now is working out with the team in its offseason program.
The news of the Fackrell deal was first reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.