In June, the majority of roster building is complete and it’s time to focus on preparations for the regular season. For the Green Bay Packers, they’ve done a good job of building the roster over the past few months, but there is still work to be done before they kick off against the New Orleans Saints in Week 1.
There’s plenty to look forward to this season. The roster is still one of the strongest in the league, and the Packers announced earlier this month that they will be welcoming fans at full capacity for games this season, which is great news after playing in empty stadiums for most of last year.
The Packers also got better at some key positions this offseason such as cornerback. The top three on the depth chart from last year are all back, and the team also drafted Eric Stokes in the first round and Shemar Jean-Charles in the fifth round. The secondary can be even better this upcoming season.
But in what has been a challenging offseason for general manager Brian Gutekunst, there is still work to be done. With less than three months to go until the start of the season, here are three moves the team still needs to make.