The NFL Draft is in the books and the Packers addressed basically every need they had, and then some. By adding six defensive players, the Packers should greatly improve. Being 32nd in overall defense, or DEAD LAST, it shouldn't take much to upgrade.
Ted Thompson was masterful yet again doing what he does best. From day one of his hiring, Thompson has mainly shied away from free agency besides 2006 (Charles Woodson, Ryan Pickett) and this past winter (Anthony Hargrove, Jeff Saturday).
His theory has worked out with the likes of Pro Bowlers Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and B.J. Raji, with several other players on the brink of stardom (Tramon Williams, Brian Bulaga, Jermichael Finley and Desmond Bishop).
This year's class basically has the same feel, but only time will tell.
This slideshow takes a calculated guess at who the Packers' draft picks may turn into.