3 new additions to NFC North the Packers won't be happy to see

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Championships aren't won in March, but it's hard to argue that the NFC North has gotten stronger this offseason. For the Green Bay Packers, that's a little concerning.

The Detroit Lions have actually made smart moves. The Chicago Bears have added talent to their roster. The Packers and Minnesota Vikings have lost key players. Has the NFC North completely flipped upside down?

It's a little early for that. Only time will tell.

One thing is for sure: Green Bay won't be happy to see these new additions to the NFC North.

DJ Moore, Chicago Bears

As part of their trade-down from No. 1 overall, the Bears received wide receiver DJ Moore.

The 25-year-old is one of the best young wide receivers in football and will create all sorts of problems for Joe Barry's defense.

Moore has hit 1,100+ receiving yards in three of the past four seasons, and he now gets an opportunity as the WR1 in Chicago.

Tremaine Edmunds, Chicago Bears

The Bears entered the offseason with more cap space than any other team, and they made the most of it.

Along with bringing DJ Moore to Chicago, the Bears also got some help on defense.

Former Buffalo Bills inside linebacker Tremaine Edmunds was the 16th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He has made two Pro Bowls for the Bills. In four years, Edmunds started all 74 games he played, making 565 tackles, 35 pass defenses, and five interceptions.

It will be much more challenging for the Packers' offense this season.

C.J. Gardner-Johnson, Detroit Lions

The Lions have made a number of smart moves this offseason. One was signing safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson to a one-year deal.

Gardner-Johnson gives Detroit much-needed help in the secondary.

Last season, he made 67 tackles, eight pass defenses, and a league-high six interceptions. He will make an immediate difference while making it much harder for the Packers to throw the ball against the Lions.