2011 NFL Offseason: Best Ways the Packers Reload for Next Year

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2011 NFL Offseason: Best Ways the Packers Reload for Next Year
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Coming off one of the most remarkable playoff runs in NFL history, the Packers looked like a force to be reckoned with in 2011. Even with key multiple players going on injured reserve early in the season such, the Packers were still able to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Green Bay.

With all those players back and healthy again this season however, the Pack looked stacked at just about every spot on the field. They have youth and talent at just about every position, but even with all this skill on one squad, Green Bay still has some positions where improvements could be made.

Whether it be adding depth or needing to stabilize a position, every team can get better in some way. 

In order for the Packers to repeat their super bowl success last season, Ted Thompson will need to pick up players to fill in positions of need from last years team. In this article, we are going to assume the lockout eventually gets resolved sometime this summer, so trades and free agency will be used to fill holes on this team.

If the Packers are able to successfully fill the missing pieces on their roster, every team in the NFL will be chasing the cheeseheads for a championship ring in 2011.


(The needs will be listed in order from least pressing to the biggest team need)

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