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The Green Bay Packers already have the youngest roster in the league and were able to win a playoff game with that lineup last year. So it’s safe to say that the team isn’t necessarily in clear need at any position, especially after signing a couple of veteran stars in running back Josh Jacobs and safety Xavier McKinney to the group. But they still see the NFL Draft as a chance to get better.

During a recent interview, Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst made it clear that even though the team is happy about the current roster, that doesn’t mean they can’t add more strong players to promote competition.

“With more at-bats, you have more chances for hits,” Gutekunst said according to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “There’s never enough. I don’t ever subscribe to the thought process, ‘Hey, we’ve got a pretty good team. These guys might not have a chance to make the team.’ I’ve talked a lot about competition in every room and how much that accelerates the growth of your football team. I think that’s the best way for your team to move forward. To me, there’s just never enough. You never have enough ammunition to build your room so there’s significant competition in every room. We have 11 right now. I’d love to end up with 13, 14 or more. I would never shy away from that.”

We’ll have to see who the Packers add in the draft this week.

[Green Bay Press-Gazette]