The Packers traded up to draft the former Utah State QB on Thursday night, leaving Rodgers short of attacking weapons.
The first ever virtual NFL draft drew in an average of 55 million viewers over the three days, eclipsing the previous record set last year.
The second round of the 2020 Draft gets underway at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, with the Cincinnati Bengals picking first again.
The Cincinnati Bengals are set to pick first again, followed by the Indianapolis Colts and the Detroit Lions.
Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa are the big winners from Thursday night, but it was a difficult day for Big Ten edge rushers and Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers traded up four spots to land the Utah State quarterback, who will eventually take over from Aaron Rodgers.
Joe Burrow and Chase Young are almost guaranteed to be the first two picks, but bookmakers are uncertain as to who will follow the pair off the board.
The 2020 NFL Draft will differ from years past, with the league forced to hold the process remotely because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Cincinnati Bengals are a shoo-in to pick at No.1, but teams behind them have been busy fielding calls to trade their picks away.
With no live sport to speak of for the last five weeks, bookmakers expect the 2020 NFL draft to be a financial bonanza
With teams and players participating remotely the 2020 NFL draft will look completely different from previous editions, but how will it work?
LSU's Joe Burrow and Ohio State's Chase Young are widely expected to be the first two players selected, but doubts surround Tua Tagovailoa's pick.
For starters, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will announce Draft picks from his basement.
With three weeks until the NFL draft, some teams are reportedly having second thoughts over using a top five pick on the 2018 Heisman Trophy runner-up.
The Olympics, Tiger at the Masters, March Madness and how many Astros hitters would get beaned as baseball opened are just a few of the things we'll miss as coronavirus has most of the sports world on pause.
The NFL said last week the selection process will go ahead as planned but all public events around it have been canceled.
Tagovailoa will have a month of full workouts before his pro day on April 9, which is scheduled two weeks before the NFL draft.
The franchise is reportedly set to use the franchise tag on the veteran wide receiver, who was set to become a free agent this month.
Joe Burrow, Chase Young, Justin Herbert, and J.K. Dobbins are some of the players to watch in Indianapolis this week.
Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will again host the NFL Scouting Combine, with on-field workouts set to begin on February 27.
"If you're saying to me, if I can choose what team I want to play on, as far as my favorite team growing up, then I probably tell you the Cowboys," former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said during an interview.
NFL Network analysts say Tua Tagovailoa, Joe Burrow, Dak Prescott and one NFL backup are more sought-after than Tom Brady, one of the all-time greats in the league.
Former No. 1 overall pick Steve Bartkowski has told the LSU quarterback to force his way out of getting drafted by the Bengals.
LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is the latest underclassman to declare for the draft, joining six other LSU players.
Tagovailoa announced on Monday he will forego his final year in college in order to enter the NFL draft in April.
Most mock drafts still consider the Alabama quarterback a top-five prospect, despite the season-ending injury he suffered in November.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be the first team to pick of those who have made the playoffs, followed by the Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints.