The Packers enter the 2012 offseason looking like a team who can compete for a title year in and year out for the near future. They have a strong core of talent, headed by Pro Bowlers like Clay Matthews, Greg Jennings and of course, your NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers.
Packers’ fans have good times to look forward to on the horizon, as this cheese head team should only get better in the upcoming years with all their youth.
No team is perfect, however, and the Packers have some noticeable holes on the defensive side of the ball. Outside linebacker has been an issue ever since Green Bay switched to a 3-4 defense, and Cullen Jenkins left a monstrous hole at defensive end that led a horrible Packers' pass rush in 2012.
The Packers don't usually land big name free agents during the offseason, so it will be important for Green Bay to patch up some major weak spots through the draft this season.
All of the following youngsters have the potential to be contributors in Green Bay, and should be seriously considered by Ted Thompson come April.