2. Who will be the starting running back?
This is a great problem to have and one that is also worth watching throughout the summer and deep into Preseason.
The Packers have not one, not two, but three capable running backs who all flashed their worth at some point last season. Ty Montgomery, Aaron Jones and Jamal Williams will all have an opportunity to prove their worth.
Montgomery began the season as the starter before going down with an injury. He tried to fight through some very serious pain and ended the season averaging 3.8 yards per attempt and catching 23 passes for 173 yards.
After him, Jones stepped in for four games before also going down with an injury. He was impressive in that short time period, however, averaging 5.5 yards per carry and going over the century mark twice.
Next up was Williams who had the brunt of the workforce. He finished the season as the starter, averaging 3.6 yards per attempt and also showed off some nice moves after the catch with two receiving touchdowns.
All three guys bring a little something different to the table and will be fun to watch. They will all likely have a role in some capacity next season, but who will get the starting nod?