The Green Bay Packers 6-10 finish has landed them the 9th pick in the April NFL Draft.
It's just the fourth time the Packers have had a top 10 selection since 1990. In 1992, they selected Terrell Buckley at No. 5 overall; 2001 when they selected Jamal Reynolds at No. 10 and 2006, when they selected AJ Hawk at No. 5.
The Packers also pick up the Jets 3rd round pick in the trade for quarterback Brett Favre. The Jets missed out on making the playoffs, which in turn cost the Packers a 2nd round pick instead of a 3rd round selection.
The Packers also know all of their opponents for next season. They'll play home games against the Vikings, Bears, Lions, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. On the road, the Packers will play at Minnesota, Chicago, Detroit, Arizona, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Cleveland and Pittsburgh.