Packers: Three biggest questions following the 2019 NFL Draft

Green Bay Packers GM Brian Gutekunst (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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What are the three biggest questions for the Green Bay Packers following the 2019 NFL Draft?

Four free agency signings, one draft-day trade and eight picks later, the Green Bay Packers have completed much of their offseason work adding talent to the roster. But what are the biggest questions still remaining for this team following the draft?

GM Brian Gutekunst deserves credit — he isn’t afraid to make big moves to address positions of need. We saw that last year when he traded up for Jaire Alexander, then doubled down at cornerback by selecting Josh Jackson. This offseason, Gutekunst spent big on defense in free agency and then used two first-rounders to get more pass-rush and safety help.

As is the case for every team in the NFL, it’s impossible to fix every position of need. No team is perfect. Green Bay has added players at positions of need, but there will still be areas they need to strengthen next offseason.

The new season is still four months away, so the time for signing players is far from over. That said, most of the work is done. Any signings from this point on will either be bringing back a player like Muhammad Wilkerson, or signing a player cut by another team.

So with the draft now over, what are the top three questions remaining for the Packers?