Packers: Biggest questions at each position group on the roster

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Defensive line: Do the Packers need more depth along the line?

Green Bay’s defensive line is in good shape.

Mike Daniels and Kenny Clark form an excellent partnership. Daniels went to the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2017, while Clark made a big second-year jump to establish himself as one of the team’s best defensive players.

A potential area of concern is the depth along the line. Outside of Dean Lowry, there are a number of question marks.

Montravius Adams barely played during his rookie season due to injury. Quinton Dial is a free agent this spring, although the Packers should be able to re-sign him at a low cost.

Adding more depth would make more sense at some point this offseason, but it won’t be a top priority. The Packers could sign a veteran in the second wave of free agency, and with the team expected to have 12 picks in the draft this April, they will have more than enough room to select a lineman on Day 2 or 3.

As long as Daniels and Clark stay healthy, Mike Pettine has to feel good about the defensive line. Barring a run of injuries, the Packers’ line should remain one of the unit’s biggest strengths moving forward.