If the Packers want to strengthen their roster for a Super Bowl run this offseason it will need to happen in the NFL Draft. Green Bay’s lack of salary cap space makes the chances of adding an impact free agent pretty small. Fortunately, the team’s front office has 10 picks to work with in April. That clearly gives the Packers ammunition to make trades up and down the board to secure their top prospects. Predicting that kind of activity at this stage of the pre-draft process is impossible. Instead, this piece will operate under the (unlikely) assumption that Green Bay stays put at every spot.