With only a few more weeks of pro days left and less than two months until the 2014 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers still have plenty of players to see. They'll travel across the country in the next weeks to decide whether they want to target certain players once the draft rolls around.
While pro days aren't the only thing that NFL teams care about, they are good at cementing the status of a prospect or bringing up potential concerns. For example, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater of Louisville had some people questioning his status as an elite prospect after some struggles during his pro day.
Let's break down the remaining pro days that the Packers will be interested in and the key players that the team will be evaluating.