The 6 Best and Worst Moves of the Packers' 2013 Offseason

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The 6 Best and Worst Moves of the Packers' 2013 Offseason
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The 2013 offseason has been very interesting for the Green Bay Packers. The team has had to make a number of very difficult decisions, but through it all, the team has been improved, at least from my standpoint.

Like usual, general manager Ted Thompson has not done much in free agency, except for signing "street" free agents and undrafted rookies. But Thompson did very well in the 2013 NFL Draft, one that may turn out to be among his very best.

The Packers also saw some key veteran leadership leave the team with the retirement of Donald Driver and the release of Charles Woodson.

The Packers also looked to the future with the contract extensions they signed with both Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, who are the building block pieces of the franchise.

Let's take a look now at some of the best and worst moves the Packers made this offseason.

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