Seriously. Since GM Ted Thompson let LG Mike Wahle leave in free agency, it has been a rotating door at left guard. First was free agent disaster LG Adrian Klemm and since then the Packers have tried Daryn Colledge, Jason Spitz, and Junius Coston. None one of them has overwhelmed the coaches. The Packers already have several recent draft choices on the roster, so bringing in another draft choice or two to compete doesn't seem like a sure fire winner.
Since Wahle has been released, he probably won't require a huge contract. Plus he was arguably the Packers best lineman from 2002-2004, and was named as a Pro Bowl alternate on at least one occasion. He's played alongside several of the current starters, so there won't be a big transition. It isn't very clear why Carolina released him:
"We've kind of decided we're going to change some things on the offensive line and rework that unit a little bit," Hurney said. "Mike's been here three years and has been very good for us. He made one Pro Bowl and was an alternate in another."
It would be great to see the Packers bring in a veteran to solidify a position without a clear incumbent who can also upgrade their run and pass blocking.