The Green Bay Packers have had, on paper at least, a rather troubling offseason thus far.
Wide receiver Greg Jennings and tight end Tom Crabtree have signed with other teams, Wide receiver Donald Driver has retired, and the only player Green Bay has added is unknown kicker Giorgio Tavecchio to compete with Mason Crosby. Fans have been gritting their teeth as their faith in GM Ted Thompson is beginning to be shaken.
Fear not, faithful Cheesheads. The calendar has turned to April which means the NFL draft is around the corner and Thompson awakens from hibernation.
Since the Packers made no moves in free agency, save for signing a questionable kicker to "compete" with Crosby, Green Bay will look to fill its remaining holes via this month's draft.
Here are the five biggest questions the Packers need to answer at the end of the month in New York.