The Green Bay Packers will head into this weekend's NFL Draft with Aaron Rodgers as their starting quarterback, but they still have no backup. That likely means one thing, the Packers will likely select at college QB in the draft this weekend.
The Packers have the 30th pick in the first round, which means the top rated QB, Matt Ryan of Boston College, will be gone by then. But Green Bay could very well have its choice of quarterbacks Brian Brohm of Louisville, Joe Flacco of Delaware and Chad Henne of Michigan.
It'll be interesting to see if GM Ted Thompson takes a quarterback early, which could add some extra pressure to new starter Aaron Rodgers (pictured).
There's also a group of 6 or 7 other quarterbacks that will be available that could develop into solid backups or possibly even a starter.
The Packers will also need to consider QB help in the draft with Aaron Rodgers' injury history. He broke his foot in 2006 and suffered a hamstring injury last year.