The Green Bay Packers acquired fourth-year linebacker B.J. Goodson in a trade Tuesday with the New York Giants.
The compensation was not announced, but multiple outlets reported the sides swapped conditional seventh-round picks.
The Packers, who kick off the season Thursday night at Chicago, were thin at inside linebacker with Oren Burks sidelined by a torn pectoral muscle.
Goodson, a fourth-round pick by the Giants in 2016 out of Clemson, registered 116 tackles in 37 career games with New York.
Goodson, 26, started 13 of his 15 games and tallied 61 tackles, two interceptions and a half-sack in 2018.