Bring out the haters. I see Mike Neal as a possible candidate to be cut this offseason. With his injury history, lack of relevance and recent suspension, Neal already may have played his way out of Green Bay, much like Justin Harrell did.
The Packers' top need in this draft is a coin toss between defensive end and outside linebacker. If defensive end is addressed in the top two rounds, I believe that will send Neal packing.
The Packers have Ryan Pickett at left end, and Jarius Wynn, C.J. Wilson, Daniel Muir, Lawrence Guy and possibly Anthony Hargrove to compete with the rookie to start at right end. If the Packers address this in the first round, I fully expect the draft pick to be the starter.
I may be the only person who sees Lawrence Guy as a sleeper to be a force on the defensive line. He was a third-round talent last year who fell to Round 7 due to dyslexia troubles.
Unlike Neal, all these other players have at least proven that they can be on the field when needed.
Chance of being cut: 50 percent