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2012 NFL Offseason: Green Bay Packers

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Green Bay Packers (Last Year: 15-1)

2012 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
C Jeff Saturday, DE/DT Phillip Merling, DE/DT Tony Hargrove.
Early Draft Picks:
DE/OLB Nick Perry, DE/DT Jerel Worthy, CB Casey Hayward, DE/DT Mike Daniels, S Jerron McMillian, ILB Terrell Manning.
Offseason Losses:
QB Matt Flynn, RB Ryan Grant, OT Chad Clifton, C Scott Wells, NT Howard Green, S Nick Collins.

2012 Green Bay Packers Offense:
Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL. There's no debate. In addition to his precision passing (4,643 passing yards, 68.3 completion percentage, 9.2 YPA, 45-6 touchdown-to-interception ration in 2011), Rodgers was a threat on the ground, rushing for 257 yards and three additional scores. He's a nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators. How does one defend someone so prolific at both airing it out and running the ball?

It doesn't help matters that Rodgers has an all-star supporting cast. Greg Jennings is one of the best receivers in football. Jordy Nelson is coming off a breakout year in which he caught 68 balls for 1,263 yards and a whopping 15 touchdowns. James Jones is a potent third wideout who is dangerous in the red zone, while Jermichael Finley is a really athletic tight end. Finley disappointed last year, but he was coming off a knee injury, so he's expected to bounce back.

Rodgers' fourth receiver will be Eating Cereal with the Stars champion Donald Driver, who is returning at a discount. However, given that Driver (6 TDs in 2011) has been focusing on a game show with declining viewership all offseason, it's very probable that the speedy, second-year Randall Cobb will surpass him. In fact, Cobb has the talent to easily become Rodgers' third downfield option.

The offensive line is also pretty stout, save for the left tackle position. Chad Clifton was released this offseason, but he was wearing down and always appearing on the injury report. His replacement, until 2011 first-rounder Derek Sherrod is ready, will be Marshall Newhouse, who was just awful last year. Newhouse was guilty of seven penalties and nine sacks - a very high figure considering Rodgers' scrambling ability. Sherrod barely played last year because of a broken leg. It's unknown if he'll be ready for training camp.

The Packers lost stud center Scott Wells to the Rams in free agency this offseason, but were able to replace him with Jeff Saturday. The long-time Colt center is coming off a great year, but there's some concern because he turned 37 recently. He'll be flanked by an outstanding pair of guards, T.J. Lang and Josh Sitton, both of whom surrendered only two sacks in 2011. Meanwhile, right tackle Bryan Bulaga is arguably the top blocker in the entire group. He permitted only one sack in his second year.

Green Bay's only area of weakness offensively is at running back. James Starks is a talented runner, but he always seems to be injured. Alex Green, chosen in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft, has some potential, but is coming off a torn ACL. If Starks goes down, undrafted free agent Marc Tyler could be given a chance to battle Green for the starting job.





2012 Green Bay Packers Defense:
The Packers are stacked on offense, but their defense will have to improve because it was a colossal disappointment last year. They ranked 25th against the run (4.6 YPC) and 29th versus the pass (8.0 YPA). They allowed Eli Manning to throw for 330 yards in a major upset playoff loss.

There were several problems. One was that the team couldn't put any pressure on the quarterback, ranking 27th in the NFL with 30 sacks. Clay Matthews paced the team with just six sacks, down from 10 in 2009 and 13.5 the year after. His play didn't drop off; he still pressured the quarterback a ton, but was unlucky in some games. Of course, it didn't help that opposing offensive coordinators could double team him as they pleased. That's why Green Bay spent the No. 28 overall pick on Nick Perry, a 270-pound rush linebacker out of USC. The Packers will be hoping that lightning strikes twice pertaining to obtaining Trojan pass-rushers.

Green Bay's second-round selection was used on Jerel Worthy, who will push for playing time at defensive end, currently occupied by Ryan Pickett and Jarius Wynn. Neither player can get to the quarterback consistently, though both are solid versus the run. Pickett missed a couple of games with a head injury last season.

The best player up front is obviously B.J. Raji, who was one of the main reasons Green Bay claimed a Lombardi Trophy in February 2011. Unfortunately, Raji just had a terrible season. He started off pretty well, but really faded down the stretch. The coaching staff admitted that they played him too much; he was simply overworked. It appears as though the lockout hurt him. With a full offseason, Raji should be back to full strength in 2012.

The thing that derailed Green Bay the most was free safety Nick Collins' neck injury. Collins was knocked out of a Week 2 matchup at Carolina and missed the rest of the season. He was subsequently released, and his career could be in jeopardy. It's a shame because he was a Pro Bowl-level player. Morgan Burnett did a good job of picking up the slack at free safety, but the Packers had issues at strong safety all year. Charlie Peprah was torched on a weekly basis.

Future Hall-of-Fame cornerback Charles Woodson offered his services at safety, on the condition that second-round rookie Casey Hayward is prepared to start at corner across from Pro Bowler Tramon Williams. The Packers also have Sam Shields, but he struggled in 2011 after playing brilliantly the season before. There's also the scenario where Woodson can stay at corner if 2011 undrafted free agent M.D. Jennings can show that he can be a legitimate starting safety in this league. Jennings has looked terrific at OTAs, but that's not much of an indicator.

One other stud in Green Bay's defense is inside linebacker Desmond Bishop. Despite being a sixth-round pick back in 2007, Bishop has emerged as one of the NFL's top players at his position. He is a force against the run and can get to the quarterback on occasion. He's slated to start next to A.J. Hawk, who looked like he lost it last year. It's possible that D.J. Smith, who has flashed on occasion, could overtake him.





2012 Green Bay Packers Schedule and Intangibles:
Green Bay is 115-38 at home since 1992 - the year Brett Favre first became a Green Bay Packer. Aaron Rodgers is continuing the tradition; he's 21-4 as a host the past three years, although his most recent start was a loss to the eventual Super Bowl champion Giants.

Mason Crosby never hit at least 80 percent of his field goals in his career - until 2011. He was 24-of-28 last season, including 2-of-3 from 50-plus.

Punter Tim Masthay did a pretty good job, maintaining a 45.6-yard average with 23-of-55 tries inside the 20.

Green Bay's special teams were awful in 2010, but Randall Cobb has changed that. Cobb scored on a punt and a kickoff return last year, boasting impressive averages in the process. However, the Packers struggled to defend returns; they were outgained on punts and even surrendered a touchdown.

The Packers have a pretty relaxing schedule for a team that just went 15-1. They have easy games against the Seahawks, Colts, Rams, Jaguars, Cardinals, Titans and Vikings twice. Their most challenging contests will be at Houston (Week 6), at Detroit (Week 11), at the Giants (Week 12) and at Chicago (Week 15).



2012 Green Bay Packers Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2012 Green Bay Packers Analysis: The Packers, once again, are the best team in football. They have the league's most dynamic offense, and they've made enough improvements on defense to prevent another crazy, late-season collapse. They are, without a doubt, one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl.

Projection: 14-2 (1st in NFC North)


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Vin 03-01-2012 05:50 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.135 (total posts: 14)
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Nick, trading Jones why exactly? He doesnt make a ton of money so he isnt a cap casualty. He wont generate anything in the trade market. I could see the Pack getting a 6th rounder, maybe. Keeping him on the roster is the smart move for now.
Bob made some good points. Our Oline is not as thin as everyone thinks. We have Clifton at LT, Sitton at LG, (hopefully Wells at C), and then Lang at RG, Newhouse at RT. Bulaga can play either LT or RT, even Guard if need be, then if Sherrod recovers he can also be a valuable back up at any place but Center. Adding to the Oline in early rounds is not needed. (unless Wells leaves and we sign nobody in FA)
Only thing I have to say about Bob's Flynn comment is that there may be a market for Flynn, there may not. Cant tag the guy unless your sure you can trade him for what you want. Otehrwise your stuck with the guy with a huge price tag holding the clipboard.
Supposedly GB is interested in Texan's Center Meyers, a excellent zone blocking center, but I would have to think his price would be just about where Welss price is. So that could be leverage on GB's part just to show Wells' agent they have options. I would much rather have Wells back then Meyers. Wells knows the offense very well and has great chemistry with the rest of the Oline and Rodgers. Losing him is a HUGE deal.
Bob 02-29-2012 08:24 am xxx.xxx.xxx.176 (total posts: 1)
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Scott, Marshall Newhouse was not a Undrafted FA. He was drafted by the Pack in the 5th round. He made a jump last year from developmental player to starter. He will be better this year with OTAs. He is still developing. Sherrod will probably start on the PUP and still has a shot to be a player if he fully recovers from that broken leg. Bulaga could move to LT and Lang is a viable back up at T. We are no more thin than anybody else in the league. Mario is a pipe dream with these Cap numbers.

Quincy, Tori Gurley is 6'4" he will be the big target next year.

TT will let Wells test the market, hopefully he finds it less than he imagined.

Tag Flynn there is a big market for him. A high draft pick this year is a lot better than the comp pick next year.
Nick Perry 02-25-2012 01:26 pm xxx.xxx.xxx8.14 (total posts: 2)
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The Packers signed Finley so that's done. We have DJ Williams and with a off season I think he could be a guy that catches 40 balls for us.We could trade James Jones for some Defensive help if we had to although I like Jones. Franchise Flynn and get at least a high 2nd rounder for him. So we draft Cox, Perry, n first round. Curry or Irvin and Gilmore or other DB in second round. In rounds 3, 4, and 5 draft offensive and defensive lineman for depth. We still have Devon House from last year.
Nick Perry 02-25-2012 01:15 pm xxx.xxx.xxx8.14 (total posts: 2)
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Packers have two WR on practice squad that will be good additions. Gurley is big, like 6"2"or 6"3' and another kid they paid to keep on their squad. They've got to find a way to get these kids playing. One of them will take Drivers spot and if they do trade James Jones (I hope they don't)he will take Jones spot.
Quincy_the_Sheep 02-25-2012 04:27 am xxx.xxx.xxx4.79 (total posts: 1)
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How about a taller WR? Tommy Streeter in the second round seems realistic, as the Packers WR's all seem to have a certain role.
vin 02-23-2012 06:03 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.135 (total posts: 14)
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just resigned finley last night 2 years 15 mil. not a bad move since it frees up the franchise tag.
Nest possible scenario now is the pack do what NE did with Cassell. Find a trade partner, franchise Cassell, and trade him for a 2nd round pick. If TT could pull that off with Flynn thatd be great. But he has to make sure he has a trade partner BEFORE franshising him, or hes gunan be stuck with a 14 mil cap hit if hes not traded.
Still HAVE TO re-sign Wells. franchise tender for Wells is $8 mil. Pretty high so im sure GB wont franchise him.
vin 02-22-2012 06:01 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.135 (total posts: 14)
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Scott, I hope that article you read is wrong. Unless Wells is asking for a ridiculous sum of money (i dont think he would since he loves GB), then i dont see why TT would let him walk.
As for super mario, he will demand too much money for GB to sign him. You have to remember we have to lock up Matthews and Rodgers in the coming years, and having a huge contract like mario's would really hurt. And he wouldnt play DE in the 34, hed play opposite mathews at lb.
As for Sherrod, jurys out on him yet. I think he could be a decent RT, but as for LT im not yet convinced.
TT needs to sign Wells, and focus on defense this draft. bottom line. Im really liking Vinny Curry the de/olb from marshall and would love to see himn in green and gold
"Scott" 02-22-2012 12:56 am xxx.xxx.xxx.225 (total posts: 9)
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Oh, by the way, one more quick item.

I know he is best suited to play as a 4-3 DE, not a 3-4 DE, and certainly not as a 3-4 OLB, but FA DE Mario Williams should would look good lined up in front of OLB Clay Matthews. I'm confident he would do very well with Matthews behind him and NT / DE B. J. Raji next to him. Many people thought former Packers DE Cullen Jenkins was too small to be effective in the 3-4 (Myself included.) but he was VERY effective when healthy. And we certainly learned how valuable he was to our defense this past season when he was no longer with us. Williams is bigger, stronger and a better overall athelete that Jenkins - he would do just fine as a 3-4 DE.
"Scott" 02-22-2012 12:49 am xxx.xxx.xxx.225 (total posts: 9)
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I was very disappointed to read the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel article that the Packers and veteran C Scott Wells will probably part ways. I strongly believe that is a HUGE mistake on the part of GM Ted Thompson. It would be different if we had his succesor already on the roster, but we do not, and that is another error on the part of Thompson.

The Pack is so thin in terms of depth along the OL that a non-drafted FA (Marshall Newhouse) started multiple games for us at LT when veteran Chad Clifton went down (Again.) for several games during the 2011 season. I said it the moment the name was announced during the 2011 NFL Draft - Mississippi State LT Derek Sherrod will be a major disappointment. We desperately need a legitimate NFL LT to challenge and maybe even replace injury prone LT Chad Clifton and at least one legitimate interior OL to provide much needed depth. And of course a C to replace Wells if Thompson does allow him to walk.

This is all on Thompson to find people and HC Mike McCarthy and the coaching staff to develop. These windows of potential Super Bowl championships are small, we can not afford to mess around with being cheap, let's go and get what we need and maybe, just maybe we can earn one or two more Super Bowl championships.

Go Pack!
vin 02-17-2012 06:53 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.135 (total posts: 14)
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heres another name i would like to see the packers target in FA:

Richard Marshall, DB for AZ. Spent time at both safety, #2 corner, and nickelback. Would provide good depth at corner, and help out at FS in case Collins is a no go
True packers fan in S.F 02-16-2012 07:13 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.100 (total posts: 1)
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The pack need 3 things De,Olb,Rb.I would go after mario williams.Then first draft I would go de or dt.2 people come to javon stills or the massive poe or lb like nick perry or bruce irvin on rb washingtons polk will fit nicely thats what will get us another SUPER BOWL!check me in a GREENBAY MIN TRUST THAT.HATERS
vin 02-16-2012 05:55 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.135 (total posts: 14)
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I like Drew's idea on trading up for Richardson. That would be amazing.

Offseason order of business for GB:

resign Wells
franchise Finley
get compensation for Flynn

DRAFT

1st round- trade up a little for richardson if he falls hard, or michael brockers. if not stay put and take fletcher cox, or nick perry, or if none available, trade down

2nd round- vinny curry, alfonzo dennard, chandler jones, david wilson

then just build oline depth, back 7 defensive depth, safties, ilbs, corners.

should just be a mainly defensive draft.

something gb should consider though is signiong FA peyton hillis. If the asking price is reasonable. He runs hard and is a good fit for GB
Drew 02-15-2012 11:51 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.156 (total posts: 2)
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Rush linebacker a definite need. Must re-sign Wells as well. Great chemistry with Rodgers. Franchise Finley and if he doesnt pan out, let him walk next year.

If im GB and Trent Richardson falls as far as some people are predicting, TT should go up and take him. Hes the closest thing to Adrian Peterson since he came out, but TR is durable. That would put the packers O over the top. With that being a huge fantasy, TT should just wait and see how the draft falls like he usaully does and pick the best Defensive player, regardless who it is. If nones worth the value, trade down, or if a defensive player such as Devon Still, Michael Brockers falls a few picks before GB's choice they should go up n draft them.

Otherwise as of right now, they should stay pat for maybe a fletcher cox, nick perry. vinny curry in the 2nd round would be great.
A. Nonymous 02-07-2012 11:37 am xxx.xxx.xxx.102 (total posts: 2)
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Bush isn't as bad as 1.5 stars.

He excels on STs and is an above average nickel back.

Walden isn't even 1/2 a star.

ILB is also a need, as Hawk underperforms.

NT is also a need, as Pickett is a run stuffer only and Raji has to be pushed by the man behind him or he will not work hard - the knock on him in the draft a few years ago was motivation and motor, and it was true.

Pack, with comp picks, will likely have

1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 6, 7, 7, ,7, 7

OLB, DE, NT, S, DE, ILB, RB, QB, TE (like a Chase Ford project if Finley walks), OL, etc. Thompson will likely be very active on draft day, moving back and forward multiple times.
Soco Joe 02-06-2012 12:29 pm xxx.xxx.xxx5.43 (total posts: 2)
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In a dream world, we go after Mario Williams. But it'll never happen.

*sigh*





2012 NFL Draft Grade: A-

Goals Entering the 2012 NFL Draft: Green Bay's defense really disappointed last year. Ted Thompson will undoubtedly be looking for help at defensive end, rush linebacker, cornerback and safety. An offensive home-run hitter would be a possible luxury.

2012 NFL Draft Accomplishments: I thought the Packers had to address the rush linebacker and defensive positions in the first couple of rounds, but I never mocked it that way because players who fit the range at those positions sometimes didn't fall to Nos. 28 and 59.

Well, they did on Draft Day. Nick Perry and Jerel Worthy were both really good picks. I didn't feel like the former fit the 3-4 really well, but Green Bay's head coaches apparently disagree. At any rate, these two players will bolster a front seven that couldn't put pressure on the quarterback last year, which will make things easier for the beleaguered secondary.

Speaking of which, Casey Hayward was a solid selection at No. 62. I wish I could say the same for safety Jerron McMillian, but he was a reach at the end of the fourth round.

I really liked Green Bay's draft overall though. Two great selections in the final few rounds pushed this up from a B+ to an A-; there's no way in hell Andrew Datko should have been available in the middle of the seventh.



2012 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

28. Nick Perry, DE/OLB, USC: A- Grade
Every single analyst on TV told me that Nick Perry wasn't a 3-4 prospect. Hmm... I guess Ted Thompson knows best. I'll trust Thompson, who's had success with USC pass-rushers. The Packers really needed someone other than Clay Matthews to get after the quarterback.

51. Jerel Worthy, DE/DT, Michigan State: A- Grade
The Packers surrendered a fourth-round pick to the Eagles for Jerel Worthy. And with that, their front seven projects to be so much better. Worthy, who was projected by some to be a late first-round pick, fills a big need at five-technique on the defensive line.

62. Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt: B+ Grade
There weren't many cornerbacks who fit Green Bay's defense in this class. Casey Hayward was one of them. The Packers had to find a cornerback to bolster the secondary because Charles Woodson won't be around much longer. Green Bay moved up for him, jumping up from No. 90 to No. 62. All it cost them, however, was a fifth-round pick. I don't understand why Bill Belichick couldn't get more from Ted Thompson.

132. Mike Daniels, DE/DT, Iowa: C+ Grade
This is a reach, and I'm not sure how Mike Daniels fits into Green Bay's 3-4 defense. I trust Ted Thompson, so maybe this will turn out to be a good pick.

133. Jerron McMillian, S, Maine: D Grade
The Packers had to find a safety, but they should have drafted someone in the fourth round who was actually in the top 225 of a major big board.

163. Terrell Manning, LB, N.C. State: A Grade
This is a really good value pick because Terrell Manning should have been drafted a round earlier. Manning can play multiple positions in Green Bay's defense; he can man the middle and perhaps eventually take over for A.J. Hawk, and he can also pressure the quarterback on the outside.

241. Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State: A+ Grade
Ted Thompson knows value. Andrew Datko was a second-round prospect prior to suffering a nasty shoulder injury about a year ago. He's a steal in Round 7. He definitely has starting potential.

243. B.J. Coleman, QB, UT-Chattanooga: A Grade
B.J. Coleman was the star of the East-West Shrine Game. He's raw, but has tremendous upside. The Packers could develop him and then trade him for a nice draft pick in a few years.



Season Summary:
When the Packers were 13-0 and headed into Kansas City as huge favorites, who thought it could possibly end like this? Green Bay shot itself in the foot time after time in its opening playoff contest against the Giants and consequently were blown out. And thus, the Packers quickly transformed from one of the greatest teams ever to one of the biggest disappointments ever in a span of a few weeks.




Offseason Moves:
  • Packers cut S Nick Collins
  • Packers re-sign DE/OLB Erik Walden
  • Packers cut OT Chad Clifton
  • Packers sign DE/DT Tony Hargrove
  • Packers sign C Jeff Saturday
  • Packers sign DT Daniel Muir
  • Raiders sign CB Patrick Lee
  • Packers re-sign CB Jarrett Bush
  • Seahawks sign QB Matt Flynn
  • Rams sign C Scott Wells
  • Packers re-sign TE Jermichael Finley


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Rush Linebacker: Outside of Clay Matthews, the Green Bay rush linebackers are pathetic. Ted Thompson may target someone like Vinny Curry in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Drafted Nick Perry; re-signed Erik Walden

    2. Safety: Nick Collins is coming off an unfortunate, career-threatening neck injury. Unfortunately, the 2012 safety class is a dud. Drafted Jerron McMillian

    3. Defensive End: Green Bay's current five-techniques can't get to the quarterback whatsoever. Spending a first-round pick on someone like Fletcher Cox is a possibility. Drafted Jerel Worthy and Mike Daniels; signed Tony Hargrove and Phillip Merling

    4. Cornerback Depth: Charles Woodson turns 36 in October. The Packers could use another talented corner on the roster. Drafted Casey Hayward; re-signed Jarrett Bush

    5. Center: Scott Wells is a free agent and absolutely must be re-signed. Signed Jeff Saturday

    6. Running Back: Ryan Grant is a free agent, while James Starks is no good on passing downs. I'm not sure what happened to third-round pick Alex Green, but he didn't even play before tearing his ACL in mid-October.

    7. Tight End: Jermichael Finley is a free agent, but it sounds like he'll be franchised. Re-signed Jermichael Finley

    8. Offensive Line Depth: The Packers are thin here.







    2012 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Jeff Saturday, C, Colts. Age: 37.
      Signed with Packers

      Jeff Saturday is coming off a great season, but the wheels could fall off at any moment because of his age. He'll be worth a 1-year deal though.

    2. Phillip Merling, DE/DT, Dolphins. Age: 27.
      Signed with Packers

      Phillip Merling could barely do anything this year coming off an Achilles injury. Perhaps he can bounce back and finally live up to his potential next year.

    3. Tony Hargrove, DT, Seahawks. Age: 29. -- Signed with Packers



    Green Bay Packers Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: TBA.
    1. Scott Wells, C, Packers. Age: 31.
      Signed with Rams

      Scott Wells is one of the top centers in the NFL. He excels in all areas, and is due for a big contract.

    2. Jermichael Finley, TE, Packers. Age: 25.
      Re-signed with Packers (2 years, $15 million)

      Big things were expected out of Jermichael Finley this year, but he caught only 55 passes. Even worse, he had a whopping 14 drops - the most for any tight end in the NFL. The good news is that he's just 25, so the sky is still the limit for him.

    3. Matt Flynn, QB, Packers. Age: 27.
      Signed with Seahawks (3 years, $26 million; $10 million guaranteed)

      When Matt Flynn threw for 480 yards in a Week 17 win over the Lions, he passed for more yardage than any Packer quarterback in a single game. There's a limited sample size, but the potential is clearly there. Flynn will be a starter somewhere next season. It's also worth noting that Charley Casserly, the man who spent early picks on David Carr and Dave Ragone, doesn't think too highly of Flynn. This could very well mean that Flynn has Pro Bowl potential.

    4. Ryan Grant, RB, Packers. Age: 29.
      Ryan Grant doesn't have much left in the tank. He's a committee back at best going forward.

    5. Nick Collins, FS, Packers. Age: 29.
      I'm really not sure what to do with Nick Collins in terms of these rankings. He's a 4.5-star talent, but his career could be over because of a neck injury. The fact that the Packers cut him speaks volumes.

    6. Chad Clifton, OT, Packers. Age: 36.
    7. Erik Walden, DE/OLB, Packers. Age: 27. -- Re-signed with Packers
    8. Jarrett Bush, CB, Packers. Age: 28. -- Re-signed with Packers (3 years)
    9. Howard Green, NT, Packers. Age: 33.
    10. Patrick Lee, CB, Packers. Age: 28. -- Signed with Raiders (1 year)


    2012 NFL Free Agent Rankings Coming Soon



    Divisional Rival History:
    Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler is 1-5 against the Packers.
    Detroit Lions: The Packers have won 20 of the last 23 meetings. Detroit beat Green Bay at home in 2010, but Aaron Rodgers missed half the game.
    Minnesota Vikings: The Packers had won nine of 12 in this rivalry; 11 of 12 if you exclude the 2009 season.



    Features to be Posted This Offseason:
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    2. Detailed season preview
    3. Fantasy football projections
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    5. Daily updates on free-agent signings


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    BAL / CIN / CLE / PIT /
    HOU / IND / JAX / TEN /
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