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The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports Phase One of the Packers offseason program will be completely virtual. Aaron discusses the latest.

Don't overvalue Draft Value. 

The Packers and Aaron Rodgers have both said they are about winning. Prove it. 

Offensive line will be addressed — but when?

The 17-game regular season schedule should offer Love one or two starts to preserve Aaron Rodgers' health. 

The Packers are bringing back safety and special teams stalwart Will Redmond in their continuing theme of keeping their core group of players together.

The former undrafted free agent provides rotational depth along the defensive line. 

Newsome II would give the Packers a dynamic defensive backfield. 

Championship teams almost always go all-in.  

Fortunato was originally signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2017

Aaron understands why fans might be less than enthused by the Packers decision to bring back cornerback Kevin King on a one year deal.

The Packers should do better than Kevin King. 

How good does he have to be to stay in 2022?

Jones is a great start to a Super Bowl. 

Aaron Jones is returning as a member of the Green Bay Packers

Let's not get carried away with his 2021 expectations. 

Jordan Love will become the primary backup to Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay will have extra selections in the 4th, 5th and 6th rounds. 

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The Packers will also not raise general admission ticket prices for the 2021 season. 

Giving Aaron Jones a franchise tag won't help the Packers sign him long term. 

More games means more capable bodies. 

The former Wisconsin Badger is reportedly signing a two year deal with Arizona. 

Jenkins is the second-best player Gutekunst has drafted. 

Dillon deserves the top running back reins. 

The former Viking would give the entire Packers' defense a boost. 

The moves clear $10.25 million in salary-cap space.  

The Packers should pass on Wisconsin's favorite athletic son. 

Defenses can still win championships — Tom Brady proved it.