NFL Draft 2011: Green Bay Packers Still Need Help Despite Winning Super Bowl

March 14, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

2011 NFL Draft Could Make Super Bowl Champs Even More Dangerous
The Green Bay Packers are still riding high from a magical 2010 season that ended with a Super Bowl victory.
But even though the Packers will be known as the defending Super Bowl champs for the next 11 months, not all is right in Green Bay. The Packers still have some key issues to address on both sides of the ball.
ESPN NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper lists the team's top four needs, in order, as offensive tackle, outside linebacker, defensive end and offensive guard.
"Brian Bulaga was drafted with an eye toward eventually becoming the starting blindside protection for(Aaron) Rodgers, but Bulaga may be better-suited on the right."
As a result, Green Bay could be looking at the offensive tackle position with the No. 32 pick in the first round. But by that point, the elite OT prospects will all be off the board, unless someone like Wisconsin's Gabe Carimi or Boston College's Anthony Castonzo unexpectedly s...

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