2013 NFL Draft results: Packers trade up, select Johnathan Franklin

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The Packers added Eddie Lacy on Friday and decided to double-dip at the position on Saturday.

The latest fourth-round picks of the 2013 NFL Draft are in -- and the Green Bay Packers made their third fourth-round pick after completing a trade with the Denver Broncos.

Green Bay selected UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin with the No. 125 pick, giving Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay's offense another weapon. Franklin is the second running back selected by the Packers in the draft, as Green Bay selected Alabama running back Eddie Lacy in the second round. The Packers averaged just 106.4 yards per game rushing last season -- 20th in the NFL.

Seattle also addressed offense, adding former Kansas State wide receiver Chris Harper with the No. 123 overall pick. The Texans, Buccaneers and Falcons focused on defense, as the fourth round nears completion.

123. Seattle Seahawks: Kansas State WR Chris Harper, 6', 229 pounds

124. Houston Texans: Connecticut LB Trevardo Williams, 6'1, 241 pounds

125. Green Bay Packers: UCLA RB Johnathan Franklin, 5'10, 205 pounds

126. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Michigan State DE William Gholston, 6'6, 281 pounds

127. Atlanta Falcons: Clemson DE Malliciah Goodman, 6'3, 276 pounds

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