5 Holes Green Bay Still Needs to Fill in the 2013 NFL Draft

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5 Holes Green Bay Still Needs to Fill in the 2013 NFL Draft
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We are now officially less than two weeks away from the 2013 NFL draft, which will be a three-day affair starting on April 25.

The Green Bay Packers need to address a few issues in this draft. I have no doubt that general manager Ted Thompson and his staff will do just that. Thompson has built the current Packers team via the draft for the most part.

The Packers are definitely a draft-and-develop team. Thompson and his staff draft the players, and head coach Mike McCarthy and his staff develop them.

This plan has resulted in a 74-38 record in the regular season under McCarthy, to go with five playoff appearances, three NFC North titles and one Super Bowl win.

In the upcoming draft, Thompson needs to fill some holes in the roster and also add to the quality depth of the team.

Let's take a look at some of the issues that the Packers need to resolve.

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