One Move to Be Made: Sign a veteran safety.
Few teams boast as complete a roster as the Green Bay Packers do. They have talent on both sides of the ball, including two of the best players in the NFL in quarterback Aaron Rodgers and outside linebacker Clay Matthews.
Still, if there is one weakness on this roster, it's the safety position.
While safety Morgan Burnett has shown flashes of huge potential, the Packers lack talent next to him.
With Burnett signing a contract extension earlier this week, per NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, he's clearly a part of the franchise's future. However, neither M.D. Jennings nor Jerron McMillian made much of an impact last year.
Bringing in a veteran safety like Kerry Rhodes would allow the Packers to let Jennings and McMillian sit on the bench and develop another year. It would also allow Burnett to play his more natural position of strong safety.
This is a win-win situation for the Packers and a move that could push them over the hump in the extremely talented NFC.