We knew the Green Bay Packers weren’t going to do anything in free agency because there’s obviously some law dictating as much, but what has been a surprise is the Packers’ inactivity in re-signing their own guys.
The Packers re-signed receiver Randall Cobb and tackle Bryan Bulaga early in free agency. Two solid moves. Then they sat back and watched cornerbacks Davon House and Tramon Williams sign with a pair of perennial losers.
That was fine too. Those losers dramatically overpaid for both guys, which is probably one of the reasons they’re perennial losers.
But while the Packers appeared to at least be in the conversation with Williams, we’ve heard nothing other than silence (and some lip service) when it comes to the team’s remaining free agents.
All of this has left the Packers with a weaker roster than they ended the 2014 season with. That’s obviously less than ideal for a team that was literally one play away from the Super Bowl.
So whether it’s because of free agency losses or inactivity, or just not being very good at a position to begin with, here are four areas we’re currently not comfortable with on the Packers’ roster.
If you’re looking toward the draft, you’ll probably want to keep an eye on guys who play these positions.