If you’ve been wondering what the Green Bay Packers have been doing so far this offseason, you’re not alone.
Outside of the signing of tight end Jared Cook on Monday, the Packers have taken their usual approach to the offseason. Sit around, wait for the draft.
The good old improve-from-within rhetoric has been thrown around. While we think that’s nonsense, at least in terms of being the main way an NFL team hopes to improve from year to year, there are a number of ways the Packers can get better in 2016 by doing nothing.
It starts with Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy, but there’s much more to it than that.
We break it down and discuss if the Packers can make a legitimate claim to being a Super Bowl contender in 2016.
Additionally, we touch on the remaining holes on the Packers’ roster and the latest NFL rule changes.
You’ll have to keep in mind this was recorded before the Packers signed Cook, although we somehow managed to mention the guy anyway.