The Green Bay Packers aren't generally known for making much noise during the offseason. They rarely sign high-profile free agents, and their draft picks are usually less than exciting.
However, the 2012 offseason saw a little change from Green Bay. While the Packers didn't go after any big-name free agents, they did sign a number of players including Jeff Saturday and Anthony Hargrove.
They also broke away from their "best-player-available" draft strategy, and used their first five draft picks to address their biggest weakness—their defense.
On top of that, the Packers also released long-time players Chad Clifton and Nick Collins. Both of these moves were met with both praise and criticism.
Today, we'll attempt to let you know which of these offseason moves were the best and which were the worst.