Finally, the first offensive player that the Green Bay Packers should consider bringing in for training camp is offensive guard Jake Scott.
Despite being a key member of the offensive line that allowed Chris Johnson to reach 2,000 rushing yards, Scott's wear-and-tear (117 games started) and age (31) caused the Tennessee Titan to part ways with him after the 2011 season.
However, Scott is still capable of starting in the NFL, and that type of talent is something that the Packers could use on the offensive line.
After seeing Chad Clifton, Derek Sherrod and Josh Sitton all miss time last year due to injuries, the Packers need to realize that they can't have too much depth across at guard, tackle or center.
What makes Scott such a great choice is that he would present only a slight drop in protection should Sitton and T.J. Lang get injured.
With protecting Aaron Rodgers the No. 1 concern in Green Bay, having a veteran backup like Scott could go a long way to keeping that goal possible.