GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) _ The Green Bay Packers moved up 10 spots to No. 19 in the NFL draft today when they traded their top two picks to Miami in exchange for the Dolphins' first-rounder.

Miami got the 29th and 60th overall selections.

The two-time NFC champion Packers got the opportunity to select a player they desperately need. Green Bay's top priorities are a defensive end and a defensive back.

It was the fourth time in general manager Ron Wolf's seven-year tenure with the Packers that he has negotiated a trade in the first round of the draft.

Earlier this week, Wolf said he didn't think he had ``enough ammunition'' to move up in the draft and predicted the Packers would hold steady at No. 29 and take the best athlete available regardless of position.

The Packers have been hit hard on defense in the offseason, losing three starters: cornerback Doug Evans (to Carolina), free safety Eugene Robinson (Atlanta) and defensive end Gabe Wilkins (San Francisco).

With Reggie White mulling retirement, the Packers are desperate for help at defensive end.

They've signed three veteran defensive ends (Paul Frase, Eric Curry and Dexter Nottage) and might make a run for San Francisco's Chris Doleman, but that could be complicated by Wilkins' recent knee surgery.

The 49ers had said they'd release Doleman after June 1, but with Wilkins out until mid-camp, they won't be in any hurry to let Doleman go.