A roundup of what's happening on the Green Bay Packers beat.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Try to remember what you thought of the Packers' 2014 draft class last on May 10, when the nine-player class was completed.
If you were like ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr., you probably thought it was pretty good. A day after the draft was over, Kiper graded the Packers' draft with a solid B.
With a full season to judge it, Kiper likes the Packers' class even better. In his re-grading of the 2014 draft, he gave the Packers a higher mark. Click here for this ESPN Insider piece to see just how high.
Last May, Kiper wrote it was "an easy call" to take safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at No. 21. He thought Clinton-Dix would be long gone by then.
Of Clinton-Dix now, he Kiper wrote "while he certainly had his ups and downs, I think even cynical Packers fans -- or those who watched Seattle's miraculous two-point conversion too many times -- have to think he's got the upside of a Pro Bowler."
Back in May, he also had high praise for linebacker Carl Bradford, a fourth-round pick from Arizona State. That one didn't work out quite how he thought. Bradford made the team but was inactive for every game this season.
In case you missed it from ESPN.com:
To those who thought the Seahawks were lined up in an illegal formation on their onside kick in the fourth quarter, NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino set the record straight.
It looks like the Packers will lose at least one member of their coaching staff.
Best of the rest:
At ESPNWisconsin.com, Jason Wilde wrote that even though Randall Cobb said he's unsure what the Packers plans are for him, it's hard to imagine them letting the star receiver leave in free agency.
In the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Ryan Wood looked at 16 different plays that cost the Packers in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game loss to the Seahawks.
In the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Tyler Dunne wrote that the Packers have some difficult decision to make at cornerback this offseason.