There are quite a few major needs for the Packers in this upcoming draft, none of which are at offensive tackle. However, former general manager Mark Dominik believes that the Packers could draft one in the earlier rounds of this year's draft, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com.
While the offensive tackles weren't great last year, there is reason to believe that they'll be much improved in 2014. For starters, Green Bay will be getting Bryan Bulaga back from an injury that forced him to miss all of last year.
Bulaga was set to make the switch to left tackle before getting injured. His return will allow the Packers some flexibility with him and second-year tackle David Bakhtiari. Simply put, the Packers can afford to wait until the later rounds to draft a developmental player at offensive tackle, if they draft one at all.
If the Packers were going to address the offensive line early, the only position that really makes sense is center. However, even an early-round pick on a center seems like a stretch with so many needs on the defensive side of the ball.