If there’s one thing the Green Bay Packers have demonstrated in the past several years, it is their resilience and depth as a team.
This is a team that has been ravaged by injuries once again this season and has subsequently been forced to rely on backups, young players and even unsigned free agents to fill big shoes that have been sidelined.
The Packers can thank general manager Ted Thompson and his rare eye for drafting well for much of their depth. There have certainly been misses and rough patches, but overall Thompson has been able to build up the core of a team that will remain competitive for years to come.
In the 2013 NFL draft, the Packers will be looking to fill some offensive weaknesses and build up some additional depth defensively that will keep this already talent-rich team team competitive for years to come. Keep clicking for a peak at some prospects that might be of interest in the upcoming draft.