Packers General Manager Ted Thompson just couldn't resist. After getting offensive over the first two days of the 76th NFL draft, Thompson opened the final day by making a deal with the Denver Broncos, giving up his first of two, 4th round picks, along with a 7th rounder acquired from Carolina in the J.J. Jansen long snapper trade last year, in exchange for the Broncos 5th and 6th round picks. With Green Bay's compensatory pick for losing free agent Aaron Kampman, Thompson took his first defensive player of the weekend. Defensive back Davon House from New Mexico State was selected with pick 131. House is 6-0 and 200 pounds who started 31 games in his four year career with the Aggies, one of the doormats of the WAC. House still delivered some big plays, 11 career interceptions and set the school record for most return yards on those picks, 319 yards, averaging more than 42 yards a return with three taken back for touchdowns. Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers says House has a very good skill set, he can turn and run as well as jam with receivers and he joins a group that's already adept at taking the ball away. House will come in to compete with the likes of Jarrett Bush, Pat Lee and Brandon Underwood for playing time in the sub-secondary packages and he'll also be expected to contribute on special teams.