Ranking the Packers Draft Needs Post-Free Agency

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Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless (81) breaks a tackle by Pittsburgh Steelers safety Will Allen (20). Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless (81) breaks a tackle by Pittsburgh Steelers safety Will Allen (20). Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

 

The 2014 NFL Draft is only a month away and the Green Bay Packers roster has already undergone some changes since the last time I ranked the Packers 2014 draft needs back in December.

Here is an updated version of my rankings for the Packers team needs going into the draft since the Green Bay has lost and signed some players in free agency.

I also tried to throw in a little draft-specific analysis for each position and  briefly discuss where in the draft the Packers could possibly address the need at this position.

Let me know what you think. I would like to hear from you who you believe the Packers could take in the draft to address these roster needs.

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  • billy

    I like AJ too, hard working, never complains, never hurt, but never does anything special…perfect backup…and Jones didn’t even look like a good backup…we need at least one dynamic ILB to help change this defense into something special…something other teams fear…it sure isn’t now….even after claiming last year that they were “tougher” other teams still didn’t respect them…no opponent ever said “wow, thats a mean defense”….hopefully the draft will help fix it, the F/A period didn’t add a whole lot other than our own mediocre guys and an aging vet…

    • Dan

      I agree with you Billy. Hawk is a solid starter, but he’s not an impact player. Neither is Jones. The Packers need a playmaker at ILB. Are there any players in the draft you think could fill this role?