With the draft cycle as well as the offseason wrapping up, the nail in the coffin is undrafted free agency.
With clear emphasis on some positions of need early, such as safety or receiver, and then the drafting of talented players in positions of low need, such as Khyri Thornton, the Packers were left with some question marks headed into free agency.
At linebacker, no one from the outside was brought in to compete with Brad Jones, who re-signed with the Packers in 2013 but hasn't been living up to his salary. A.J. Hawk is also aging to the point where he will likely be replaced after this final contract.
At tight end, the Packers' only outside addition was Richard Rodgers, a tight end selected in the late third round who many thought was a reach in Day 2 of the draft. Would the Packers bring anyone else in to compete for the vacancy that Jermichael Finley left, or compete with Ryan Taylor at the back end of the roster?
Questions like those, and many more, were answered in undrafted free agency.
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