Green Bay Packers: Ranking Remaining Offseason Priorities

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Green Bay Packers: Ranking Remaining Offseason Priorities
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Packers general manager Ted Thompson accomplished many of Green Bay's most pressing offseason needs between March and May.

Such moves included re-signing B.J. Raji to a one-year prove-it deal and moving him back to nose tackle after the Packers elected not to re-sign Ryan Pickett, fortifying the bench behind Aaron Rodgers by re-signing Matt Flynn to back him up and drafting a starting-caliber free safety in Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. 

However, the Packers still have a handful of less pressing but nevertheless important needs that Thompson should attempt to address now rather than mid-season or next offseason. Some of those moves are purely front-office decisions such as contract extensions, but others will come down to positional battles in training camp, such as the one for the starting center spot.

Ranked in ascending order, the most important of the following remaining offseason priorities revolve around locking down essential players' futures in Green Bay, with other concerns including solidifying the depth chart. 

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