Found March 02, 2013 on Football Nation:
Every team faces difficult choices during the offseason. Contracts are extended and voided. Players are traded, franchised, and disregarded. Draft picks are scrutinized and some young kid with no professional experience unseats a 10-year vet nearing the end of his career.It happens for every team, every year. This expectation does not make it any easier to answer the difficult offseason questions, but it at least prepares both players, management, and rookies of what is to come.For the Green Bay Packers it seems that some of these questions are answered before the offseason begins. This is because the Packers have been doing things the same way for quite a long time and it doesn’t appear that their strategy will change anytime soon.Green Bay likes to draft the most talented players they can find, build them up within their own system, and then plug them in to specific roles when the time is right. This means that as long as the pipeline is full of talented players who have had multi...
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