GREEN BAY Jordan Scarlett Jersey , Wis. (AP) With their final pick on the second day of the NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers got quarterback Aaron Rodgers a new offensive weapon: Texas A&M tight end Jace Sternberger.The Packers took Sternberger with their third-round pick (No. 75 overall) Friday night after spending their two first-round picks on defense and adding Mississippi State offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins in the second round.(Sternberger) was the best player on our board, so thats the way we went, general manager Brian Gutekunst replied when asked whether the Packers went into the draft wanting to get a tight end early. We thought it would be nice to add a tight end; we thought it was a pretty decent class this year. But it wasnt something that I felt like we had to add in this draft. I like the guys weve got in the room already. I think Jace will be a nice addition to that.The 6-foot-4, 251-pound Sternberger, wholl turn 23 in June, was late to develop in college, starting his career at Kansas before leaving the Jayhawks after and landing at a junior college before moving on to Texas A&M, where he caught 48 passes for 832 yards (17.3 yards per catch) and 10 touchdowns.If you were to tell me that Aaron Rodgers would be my quarterback in about four years, Sternberger said, I would have laughed at you and called you a liar.Sternberger was the sixth tight end taken, but Packers co-director of player personnel Jon-Eric Sullivan made it clear that the Packers were high on him and that they didnt rank Sternberger far lower than Iowa tight ends T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant, both of whom went in the first round.We felt like he was comparable with the better tight ends in this class, Sullivan said.Sternberger joins a tight end room with two veterans Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis at the forefront David Montgomery Jersey , and while hell have a chance to play, the Packers dont see the need to rush him onto the field.I dont think theres pressure for him to come in here and be Superman, Sullivan said. But we definitely think he has the skill set to do that if needed.The earlier pick (No. 44 overall) was used on Jenkins, who started Mississippi States last 26 games at center over the past two seasons but played all five spots on the offensive line during his career. He is expected to start at guard in Green Bay.The Packers were in the market for offensive line help, and they have an immediate opening in the starting lineup at right guard. Veteran right tackle Bryan Bulaga is also entering the final year of his contract, but Packers college scout Charles Walls said the team picked Jenkins as a guard.We took him as a guard, but you watch the tape, you feel comfortable putting him anywhere you need him to be, Packers college scout Charles Walls said. Definitely a light bulb goes off when a guy with that much value, that much versatility falls to you.The 6-foot-4, 310-pound Jenkins, who turns 24 in December, grew up in Clarksdale, Mississippi http://www.bearsfootballauthentics.com/ … -authentic , and was a three-star recruit coming out of high school. He redshirted his first year at Mississippi State, then played in eight games in his first two active seasons six at left tackle and two at left guard. He moved to center as a junior in 2017 and started every one of the Bulldogs games there after that.I feel like I can play all positions, Jenkins said. Right now, theyre looking at me at guard. But I feel like I can play all the positions on the line.New Packers quarterbacks coach Luke Getsy was Mississippi States offensive coordinator last season.On Thursday, the Packers selected pass rush specialist Rashan Gary from Michigan (No. 12 overall) and speedy safety Darnell Savage from Maryland (No 21).Theres times you look up and say, Wow, we really need to do this or we really need to do that. Theres other times, youre like, Lets try to get better here. Lets try to get better there,' Gutekunst said. I think you have to be careful of just trying to check boxes because you may end up missing on a player that can really, really help your team. And really for my position, I think youve got to look two to three years out and try to keep this team competitive every single year. New Englands Tom Brady and Los Angeles Jared Goff are going into the Super Bowl with plenty of momentum, but the quarterback that might be on the biggest roll is CBS analyst Tony Romo.The former Cowboys signal-caller will call his first Super Bowl on Feb. 3 coming off acclaim for his analysis of the Jan. 20 AFC championship game between New England and Kansas City.Romo made 15 predictions, according to Yahoo! Sports Kevin Kaduk Shareef Miller Jersey , of what the Patriots or Chiefs would do before the snap. He was correct on 12 plays, including going 10 of 12 during the fourth quarter and overtime.Romo said during a conference call earlier this week that he intends to call the game the same way he has others for the past two seasons.I try not to predetermine too much stuff I can say because the game is the story and youre going to call it, Romo said. Sometimes you just get passionate and excited in the moment, really talking out loud about what is going through your brain. Sometimes you see a lot of stuff and try to articulate that. Once in a blue moon, you get lucky.Jim Nantz called Romo Romo-stradamus during the fourth quarter of the AFC championship but noted that his partner isnt a fortune teller. Instead, it is Romos 13 seasons of preparation as quarterback of the Cowboys that has translated from the field to the booth.My partner had to have been in his Cowboys day and remains some sort of sick film room guru who took the time that was needed to completely solve the puzzle, Nantz said. When you have these key moments late in the game, this is a testimony to years of his work and preparation. He is suggesting where the play should go, and it married up and was in perfect symmetry.We and the viewers are the beneficiaries. They are having a wonderful ride and seeing a broadcast that has tipped off plays more than ever before.Romos deep dive into film has many similarities to what he did when he was a player but now it takes less time. His biggest task during the week is diving into the different systems the coaches have and trying to figure out the rules they have for their teams.Everyone is usually under their own umbrella. Once you figure out someones system and rules, you can figure out how far to go and how to take advantage, he said.Nantz and Romo have called 14 Patriots games the past two years, including five this season. They have done just one Rams game, which was against Seattle earlier in the season. Even though he has not seen Los Angeles as often as New England, Romo said he wouldnt be viewing more tape than usual.Romo said he does have to guard against getting swept up in the information overload that is a part of every Super Bowl.You have a lot of smart people talking a lot of things. In some ways it is great but also you can start to move down different paths or things you want to talk about http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com … -authentic , he said. My routine is going to be pretty similar. I always watch a lot of tape and will have them down pretty good. It will be a fascinating matchup.As Romo prepares to become the 23rd analyst to call a Super Bowl, it is hard to believe many had doubts about whether he would be successful. But he has been one of the few ex-players to make a seamless transition while earning praise for his ability and enthusiasm to translate the game for the viewer.Nantz said Romo has been consistent since their first game together Oakland at Tennessee in 2017. But to get to that point, Romo watched plenty of tape to find his voice.It is the same as throwing the football, it is getting reps and then you adjust from there, he said. This is the natural version you are hearing. It is me watching myself and seeing what I dont like. You sit there and nitpick and start to find your voice.Romo, the 11th QB turned analyst to do a Super Bowl, said John Madden stands out as an analyst he has always looked up to. While Madden brought in the telestrator and made football easier for the masses to understand, Romo has taken it to a new level with a generation of fans consumed by analytics and who have access to the same kind of video that coaches watch.Network executives efforts to find the next Romo is something that has started to gain steam the past two offseasons.It is hard to find someone with the ability to communicate the game like he does, Nantz said.Nantz, who will call his sixth Super Bowl, has said his biggest advice for Romo is to enjoy Super Bowl week but to approach it the same.Im excited for him. He has such an appreciation for television and old broadcast teams. I want to see him soak it all in and then well drop in and enjoy doing the game, he said.