The Green Bay Packers have a handful of difficult decisions to make this offseason. Well, eight difficult decisions to make exactly.
While the 2013 season certainly wasn't everything that it should have been, Green Bay still needs to be proud of what it was able to accomplish despite so much adversity. With quarterback Aaron Rodgers, wide receiver Randall Cobb and outside linebacker Clay Matthews all injured for a good portion of the year, the Packers still managed to win the NFC North and make the playoffs.
Is there room for improvement heading into the 2014 season? Absolutely, and hopefully the Packers can make the right moves in order to become a better football team.
Here are the eight toughest decisions the Packers need to make this offseason. These decisions are a mix of what to do in free agency, in the NFL draft and with a handful of their own players under contract.