The Green Bay Packers didn't do much when free agency opened in March (as usual), but that doesn't mean they shouldn't consider adding more players to their roster.
As a team who builds primarily through the draft, Green Bay rarely makes a move in free agency. It's an approach that has served the Packers well under general manager Ted Thompson and they won't be altering their methods anytime soon. Green Bay has been in Super Bowl contention the past few seasons, and even if fans want to see the Packers sign a big name, it's not likely to happen.
At this point in the offseason, the free agent pool is generally dried up, but this year there are a lot of talented players that are still unsigned. Green Bay did a decent job of addressing many roster holes in the draft in April, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't kick the tires on some free agents.
The Packers still have a need at safety and linebacker, and could still use another receiver and potentially a new backup quarterback.
Here are five players that Green Bay should at least look at. Thompson shouldn't necessarily run out and sign these guys, but a look is warranted.