General manager Ted Thompson will not make the error of his predecessor Ron Wolf and not give his franchise quarterback more-than-enough playmakers. Thompson selected three wide receivers, turning the Packers’ corps into a major strength. While Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb are each entering the final years of their rookie deals, Thompson found tremendous value in Wisconsin wide receiver Jared Abbrederis. A former walk-on, who can make plays in traffic, Abbrederis is fearless and was very productive in Madison. They also added Richard Rodgers, who played wide receiver at Cal because of Sonny Dykes’ no-tight end offense. He’ll compete with Andrew Quarless for the gig. And who can forget about the Packers adding the ball-hawk safety from Alabama. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is rarely caught out of position and is an instant upgrade at the safety position -- an area where the Packers didn’t net a single interception a season ago. (Getty Photo/Elsa) Courtesy of FOXSports.comThe opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.