GREEN BAY -- The Packers will have the 29th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

That has been determined now that the conference championship games have been played. The two conference runners-up pick 29th and 30th, and the Steelers will pick 30th based on their 11-5 regular-season record, one game better than the Packers at 10-6.

The two Super Bowl participants -- Atlanta and New England -- will pick 31st and 32nd, depending on who wins the Super Bowl.

For posterity's sake, the last time the Packers had the 29th pick in the draft was in 2003, and they selected LB Nick Barnett from Oregon State, who went on to play eight seasons in Green Bay. The Packers also took S George Teague at No. 29 back in 1993, a pick that was acquired via trade.

Elsewhere in the NFC North, the Chicago Bears will have the No. 3 overall pick, and the Detroit Lions will select 21st. The Minnesota Vikings do not have a first-round pick because they traded it to acquire QB Sam Bradford last summer.

The 2017 draft will take place from April 27-29 in Philadelphia.

2017 draft order

1. Cleveland Browns
2. San Francisco 49ers
3. Chicago Bears
4. Jacksonville Jaguars
5. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams)
6. New York Jets
7. Los Angeles Chargers
8. Carolina Panthers
9. Cincinnati Bengals
10. Buffalo Bills
11. New Orleans Saints
12. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles)
13. Arizona Cardinals
14. Indianapolis Colts (tie to be broken at NFL Scouting Combine)
14. Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota Vikings) (tie to be broken at NFL Scouting Combine)
16. Baltimore Ravens
17. Washington Redskins
18. Tennessee Titans
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20. Denver Broncos
21. Detroit Lions
22. Miami Dolphins
23. New York Giants
24. Oakland Raiders
25. Houston Texans
26. Seattle Seahawks
27. Kansas City Chiefs
28. Dallas Cowboys
29. Green Bay Packers
30. Pittsburgh Steelers
31. TBA (Atlanta Falcons or New England Patriots)
32. TBA (Atlanta Falcons or New England Patriots)