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2012 Free Agents
Quarterback: Matt Flynn (UFA)Running Back: Ryan Grant (UFA)Wide Receiver: Jordy Nelson (UFA)

Tight End: Jermichael Finley (UFA)

Offensive Line: Josh Sitton (UFA), Scott Wells (UFA)

Linebacker: Erik Walden (UFA)

2012 Team Needs
DE, OLB, S, RB - Working under the assumption that the Packers sign 2012 free agents Scott Wells (C) and Josh Sitton (G), the offensive line appears to be set going forward.  The Packers used first round picks in 2010 and 2011 on tackles Bryan Bulaga and Derek Sherrod.  With Wells at center and Sitton and T.J. Lang at guard the offensive line is young but talented.  The Packers will have decisions to make with Jermichael Finley (tight end) and Jordy Nelson (wide receiver),    both free agents in 2012.  The major area of concern is pass defense for the Packers.  They rank near the bottom in pass defense and it is an area where they have been exposed in 2011. They got to the quarterback a lot more in 2010 than they have through 12 games in 2011.  The Packers had 47 sacks in 2010 and have 26 through 12 games in 2010.  The Packers run a base 3-4 defense and will need to address the defensive end position.  Simply put, this defense is designed to get after the quarterback and they are struggling to do so in 2011.  Secondary to that need is addressing depth and playmakers at the OLB position.  Charles Woodson is 35 and while he has been very good his age is going to catch up to him, more likely sooner than later. Secondary is a position that the Packers are going to have to address.   Another area of concern is the running game where the Packers rank near the bottom in rushing yards.  Adding a solid running game to compliment that passing attack would make the Packers offense even more dangerous than they have been in 2011.