The Green Bay Packers haven't made many moves this offseason, with most of their news coming from losing players or missing out on players to other teams. As usual with the Packers, most of their offseason focus will be on the draft.
They have historically used the draft to build their team and placed an emphasis on retaining their own players. Much of the cap space the Packers have created this offseason will go toward paying their top three players, Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and B.J. Raji, who are all set for big-time extensions in the near future.
While the Packers have remained very quiet during free agency, their lack of movement has shed some light on how they approach the draft.