Will the Packers draft a quarterback?
The Packers need another quarterback. How they address the position is what will be fascinating.
They could draft a young quarterback in the later rounds, a player to develop and provide backup for Jordan Love. But there are other options.
Another would be to target a quarterback in the early rounds. They hosted Tennessee's Hendon Hooker for a pre-draft visit, and he is projected to be drafted in the opening two rounds. It would be a repeat of 2008, when the Packers selected Brian Brohm in the second round as Aaron Rodgers prepared for his first season as a starter.
The Packers could ignore the position in the draft altogether, instead opting to bring in a veteran quarterback. That works, too.
If Green Bay drafts a quarterback in the opening four rounds, it could mean a couple of things. One is to find a capable backup to play behind Love. But they could also draft a quarterback as an insurance policy. Nobody knows whether Love will play at a high level this season.
Maybe the approach will be to keep drafting quarterbacks until they know they've got one.
That's what makes it so interesting. The Packers will add a QB at some point this offseason. But when will they do it?