Perennial hopes to return to the Super Bowl might rest on whether the Packers can successfully answer familiar issues on the other side of the line of scrimmage.
It’s all about defense again.
Pass coverage was porous last season at cornerback, so general manager Ted Thompson brought back former Packer Davon House as a free agent, and selected Kevin King with the top pick in the second round of the draft to bolster the position.
Depth at outside linebacker behind starters Clay Matthews and Nick Perry emerged as a concern in camp, so the Packers added veteran free agent Ahmad Brooks after he was cut by the 49ers.
“Draft and develop” is still the Packers‘ cornerstone philosophy. But Thompson has turned to free agency a bit more this time
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