Seattle acquired the 30th pick and a pair of fourth-round selections (No. 114 and No. 118 overall) in return.
The Packers made Savage their second addition of the opening round, as they used the 12th overall selection on Michigan defensive lineman Rashan Gary.
Green Bay gave a big-money deal to Adrian Amos in free agency and now has a heralded rookie to pair with the former Chicago Bears standout in the back of its secondary.
Savage racked up seven interceptions, including four last season, over his four-year career at Maryland.
Weight: 198 lbs
One of several phenomenal athletes in this safety class, Savage is an incredibly interesting, high-ceiling prospect. His ability to make an impact in coverage - either as an instinctual zone defender or split out in man coverage - gives him the opportunity to move around into various roles. Size is a factor here, but he can be a productive run defender flying downhill with some speed behind him.