With the 2013 NFL season coming to an end, the Green Bay Packers need to start looking at prospects for the 2014 draft. With the way this season has gone for Green Bay, there are plenty of holes the team needs to fill.
The biggest positional needs for the Packers, however, are at quarterback, tight end, defensive tackle and safety. These positions either lack depth, talent or both, and they are areas that Green Bay absolutely needs to address in this year's draft.
Today we're going to look at eight prospects the Packers should be looking at. Since there are four positions with the biggest need, we'll look at two prospects from each of those positions. One prospect will be an early-round player, while the other will be someone the Packers could target in the later rounds of the draft.
Let's take a look at finding a proper backup for quarterback Aaron Rodgers first.