Best free agency fit: Jake Long might be the best available option at tackle, but the Packers should avoid dipping into the market at all costs. Long has been plagued with injuries and would only fit as a backup at this stage. Green Bay should, and likely will, address the position in the draft.
Beft draft fit: The Packers need tackles, and Taylor Decker might be an option in the first round. Decker has the look of a starter at left or right tackle, and would begin life behind David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga. He would have the potential to become a starter down the line.
Other draft options: Spending a first-round pick on a backup is tough to do, so the Packers might leave the tackle position until later on. In the fourth round, Cole Toner could come into play. Willie Beavers is another mid-round guy who could develop into a starter.
Guards T.J. Lang and Josh Sitton hit free agency a year from now, so the Packers could find value in Graham Glasgow on day three. Glasgow has the versatility to play at guard and at center, and could develop into a starter.
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