The Green Bay Packers had some clear personnel matters and on-field adjustments to address this offseason, some made obvious by flaws revealed last season and some simply a matter of necessity after the team faced losing up to 20 free agents.
Some aspects of the Packers' offseason plan have been accomplished, including securing an anchor for the defensive line by re-signing B.J. Raji and moving him back to nose tackle, strengthening the pass rush by acquiring veteran free agent Julius Peppers, re-signing Mike Neal and ensuring their best cover corner, Sam Shields, didn't sign with another team.
Still, some of those priorities still need to be addressed, including bolstering the safety position after a disappointing 2013 showing and the departure of M.D. Jennings, having a game-ready backup in place behind Aaron Rodgers and making sure to lock down key players entering contract years now with extensions, such as Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.
The following slides touch on these needs and others, providing an in-depth look at what Green Bay still needs to accomplish this offseason.