Welcome to the NFL offseason.
With the Super Bowl circus behind us, it's time to focus on the NFL Draft. The Green Bay Packers select 26th in the first round this season, and after another early playoff exit, Packers GM Ted Thompson is no doubt ready to once again re-stock his team with fresh talent.
On offense, the Packers need to shore up protection around Aaron Rodgers who was sacked a career-high 51 times in 2012. They also need to look to add a running back and potentially a wide receiver to replace the likely-departed Greg Jennings.
Defensively, the Packers will need to continue to build around Clay Matthews. The secondary is young thanks to last season's draft, but has shown potential. The focus this year should be on adding another fast linebacker as well as beefing up the defensive line.
Here's how the Packers' draft card could look after the 2013 NFL Draft concludes.