Green Bay Packers: State of Franchise at the Start of the 2014 Offseason

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Green Bay Packers: State of Franchise at the Start of the 2014 Offseason
Charles Rex Arbogast/Associated Press
The Packers have an unprecedented number of personnel decisions to make this offseason, and the team will look markedly different on opening day in 2014.

The Green Bay Packers have been in their offseason since January 6, but now that the confetti from Super Bowl XLVIII has been cleared away, the offseason action can really get going. There are a handful of important dates on the horizon that will affect the Packers in 2014, including the first day to designate franchise players on February 17 and the official beginning of free agency on March 11. 

Before the Packers begin re-signing any of their 19 unrestricted free agents, using the franchise tag or finalizing their draft board, however, let's take a look at the state of the franchise as it stands today.

We'll look back at the 2013 season, including the biggest inhibitors to success and how they can be addressed in 2014. We'll look at cap space available and go into depth on every single one of the impending free agents and whether or not they might be back in 2014. And we'll preview the 2014 draft, including areas of need and players to target in every round.

What follows is a comprehensive examination of all the factors that will come into play this offseason for the Packers. 


All stats from unless otherwise noted. All salary cap estimates from unless otherwise noted.

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