|Offense||26th||107.8 (16th)||197.9 (24th)|
|Defense||21st||112.1 (16th)||236.8 (23rd)|
|17||Adams, Davante||WR||6-1||215||12/24/1992||5||Fresno State|
|79||Amichia, Kofi||G||6-3||304||7/29/1994||1||South Florida|
|74||Bell, Byron||T||6-5||320||1/17/1989||8||New Mexico|
|34||Bouagnon, Joel||RB||6-2||230||3/28/1995||1||Northern Illinois|
|43||Bradley, Hunter||LS||6-2||241||5/21/1994||R||Mississippi State|
|29||Brice, Kentrell||DB||5-11||200||8/11/1994||3||Louisiana Tech|
|55||Brooks, Ahmad (FA)||LB||6-3||259||3/14/1984||13||Virginia|
|44||Brown, Donatello||CB||6-0||190||5/15/1991||2||Valdosta State|
|21||Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha||DB||6-1||208||12/21/1992||5||Alabama|
|54||Day, Dillon||C||6-4||296||10/17/1991||1||Mississippi State|
|91||Dial, Quinton (FA)||DE||6-5||318||7/21/1990||6||Alabama|
|91||Donnerson, Kendall||LB||6-3||249||1/22/1996||R||Southeast Missouri State|
|73||Evans, Jahri (FA)||G||6-4||318||8/22/1983||13||Bloomsburg|
|25||Evans, Marwin||SAF||5-11||211||4/10/1993||3||Utah State|
|51||Fackrell, Kyler||LB||6-5||245||11/25/1991||3||Utah State|
|61||Goode, Brett (FA)||C||6-1||255||11/2/1984||11||Arkansas|
|80||Graham, Jimmy||TE||6-7||265||11/24/1986||9||Miami (Fla.)|
|36||Greene, Raven||DB||5-11||197||2/2/1995||R||James Madison|
|28||Hawkins, Josh||CB||5-10||189||1/23/1993||3||East Carolina|
|31||House, Davon||DB||6-0||195||7/10/1989||8||New Mexico State|
|54||Johnson, C.J.||LB||6-2||226||1/18/1994||R||East Texas Baptist|
|27||Jones, Josh||SAF||6-2||220||9/20/1994||2||NC State|
|33||Jones, Aaron||RB||5-9||208||12/2/1994||2||Texas-El Paso|
|9||Kizer, DeShone||QB||6-4||235||1/3/1996||2||Notre Dame|
|63||Linsley, Corey||C||6-3||301||7/27/1991||5||Ohio State|
|61||Madison, Cole||G||6-5||308||12/20/1994||R||Washington State|
|58||Martini, Greer||LB||6-3||232||6/6/1995||R||Notre Dame|
|52||Matthews, Clay||LB||6-3||255||5/14/1986||10||Southern California|
|32||Mays, Devante||RB||5-10||230||5/26/1994||2||Utah State|
|98||Odom, Chris||LB||6-4||262||9/16/1994||2||Arkansas State|
|77||Pankey, Adam||G||6-5||313||2/2/1994||2||West Virginia|
|59||Pepper, Taybor (FA)||LS||6-4||245||5/28/1994||2||Michigan State|
|53||Perry, Nick||LB||6-3||265||4/12/1990||7||Southern California|
|41||Pipkins, Lenzy||CB||6-0||196||11/7/1993||2||Oklahoma State|
|59||Porter, Marcus||LB||6-2||229||8/30/1996||R||Fairmont State|
|46||Rader, Kevin||TE||6-4||250||4/26/1995||R||Youngstown State|
|24||Rollins, Quinten||CB||5-11||195||7/15/1992||4||Miami (Ohio)|
|10||Schum, Jacob (FA)||P||5-10||211||1/21/1989||4||Buffalo|
|19||St. Brown, Equanimeous||WR||6-5||214||9/30/1996||R||Notre Dame|
|65||Taylor, Lane||G||6-3||324||11/22/1989||6||Oklahoma State|
|85||Tonyan, Robert||WR||6-5||237||4/30/1994||1||Indiana State|
|83||Valdes-Scantling, Marquez||WR||6-4||206||10/10/1994||R||South Florida|
|26||Waters, Herb||CB||6-0||188||11/10/1992||2||Miami (Fla.)|
|38||Williams, Tramon||DB||5-11||191||3/16/1983||12||Louisiana Tech|
|30||Williams, Jamaal||RB||6-0||213||4/3/1995||2||Brigham Young|
Adams has been working through a hamstring injury over the last few weeks, keeping him sidelined for the majority of OTAs up until this point. He was back in uniform for Monday's practice, however, which suggests the Packers top wideout should be a full-go by the time training camp arrives. Despite missing two games last season, Adams pulled in 74 receptions for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns. With Jordy Nelson also being released this offseason, Adams is the clear No. 1 option and should be in for another big year if he's able to stay healthy.
Lewis played for the Jaguars over the last 12 seasons, consistently showing value as block-first tight end. With Jimmy Graham and Lance Kendricks on the roster as well, Lewis likely doesn't have a high ceiling as far as fantasy value goes. He did catch five touchdowns with Jacksonville in 2017 however, and he may get a few red zone targets if he's able to stick around in Green Bay.
Bulaga tore his ACL in November and it's no guarantee he'll be ready to play by the start of the regular season. When healthy, Bulaga has been the Packers' starting right tackle. The team will hope to have him back protecting Aaron Rodgers, as they aim to keep the star quarterback healthy in 2018.
Waters has been on the Packers' practice squad each of the past two years and could be poised to break onto the active roster in 2018. He'll have a chance to be a backup corner with the team going forward.
Clark is now up to 2.5 sacks and 49 combined stops on the season, with the latter number placing him among the top 20 defensive linemen heading into Week 16.
Martinez took a huge leap in his second year, becoming the Packers' top middle linebacker and increasing his tackle total by 75. He had just one sack and one interception, but he provided a big boost for fantasy owners in leagues where tackles by individual defensive players were key. Following his big season Martinez will remain the Packers' top middle linebacker heading into 2018, and with him turning just 24 in January, he will be a good bet to pile up numbers in the tackle department once again.
The Packers signed Evans last offseason after the team lost T.J. Lang to the Lions. The 34-year-old veteran proved to be a solid signing for Green Bay, considering Evans was one of its most consistent linemen, starting the first 14 games of the season before bruising his knee and sitting out the final two contests once the Packers were eliminated from playoff contention. There's been no indication the bruised knee is still a problem; rather, it's likely the Packers are waiting until after the draft before deciding whether to bring him back for another season.
Davis was sidelined for the start of OTAs a few weeks back after suffering a hamstring injury, but he was ultimately able to return to the field last week. Whether this is a re-aggravation or not is yet to be determined, but either way, it's likely the Packers are proceeding with caution, as the injury never was considered serious from the start.
Despite avoiding surgery, it was predicted Spriggs may sit out until training camp, so getting on field in any fashion is a win. Spriggs is slated to be a reserve lineman in 2018 with Bryan Bulaga (knee) returning, but he could move inside and battle for a guard position with Jahri Evans still unsigned.
Taylor underwent offseason ankle surgery to address a nagging issue that wore on him during the 2017 season. Fortunately, it doesn't sound like there's any concern over his availability for the start of the regular season, which is great news for a Packers team that could be without starting tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee).
The exact severity of Allison's injury is currently unknown, but head coach Mike McCarthy did say Tuesday that the team is using minicamp to get a closer look at their younger, more inexperienced players. Allison still probably fits into that category, but Green Bay has no reason to force him back out onto the field at this point in the offseason.
Pankey takes the roster spot of defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois, who was waived Wednesday in a corresponding move. Pankey turned in a strong preseason and will provide the Packers with depth at both guard and tackle.
Clark is expected to serve as a depth option in the passing game in 2018 after getting his contract tendered by the Packers back in March, but if the ankle injury is going to affect his availability for a good portion of the offseason, it could have an impact on his standing on the team's roster. The Packers have a few more days of OTAs before the start of their mandatory minicamp.
The compensation for 2015 first-round pick Damarious Randall (hand) is a developmental quarterback, which is an apparent need after Brett Hundley was forced into action and disappointed in 2017. Kizer himself retained the starting job in Cleveland for all but one game as a rookie last year, tossing a league-leading 22 interceptions and completing only 54 percent of his passes. Expect Kizer to compete with Hundley for the backup gig behind Aaron Rodgers this offseason.
Seeking extra cap space to sign Jimmy Graham, the Packers unsurprisingly stuck with the 27-year-old Cobb over the 32-year-old Nelson. The veteran slot receiver hasn't sniffed the 1,000-yard mark since signing a four-year, $40 million contract in 2015, but he's maintained a catch rate in the 70-percent range while showing flashes of his top form. There's still potential for another big season if Cobb and Aaron Rodgers can actually stay healthy at the same time for an extended period.
McCray became a major asset once the Packers began their injury parade down the stretch last year. With his strong play, he earned himself a tender that will keep him in Green Bay this upcoming season. If the Packers aren't able retain Jahri Evans, McCray would presumably be a starting right guard for the season opener.
McCarthy seems intent on utilizing all of the running backs at his disposal in 2018, likely spurred by the varying skill sets of and injuries suffered by the group last year. Montgomery kicked off the previous campaign as the starter, only to endure broken ribs early and season-ending wrist surgery in December. His eight absences paved the way for rookies Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams to make an impact in their own ways. Jones' explosiveness resulted in 5.5 YPC, but a knee injury contained him to five appearances in the second half of the season. Meanwhile, Williams was a workhorse during that stretch, averaging 20.4 touches and 93.3 yards from scrimmage per game and scoring five touchdowns over the final eight contests. Williams would appear to have a leg up based in production and durability alone, but if McCarthy's comments have merit, Montgomery and Jones will also get in on the act in the fall.
Biegel missed a good chunk of time after undergoing foot surgery in May, but he was still able to suit up for more than half of the games in his rookie season. The Packers will be hoping he can provide a boost to the team's pass rush in 2018.
Goode was waived from the team's injured reserve earlier this season after suffering a hamstring injury, but now that he's healthy and eligible to rejoin the squad, he'll take back long-snapping duties. Derek Hart, who snapped for the Packers in their last two games, will be cut loose to clear a spot on the 53-man roster for Goode.
Former Packers teammate James Jones, now an employee of NFL Network, broke the news of a Williams-Green Bay reunion. Williams joined the Packers in November of 2006 but didn't become a regular in the cornerback rotation until 2008 and full-time starter until 2010, the latter of which coincided with a victory in Super Bowl XLV. Since leaving the Packers as a free agent in 2015, he spent two years with the Browns before working opposite Cardinals All-Pro corner Patrick Peterson last year. Williams experienced a resurgence of sorts in Arizona, holding opposing signal callers to a 58.4 QB rating on throws in coverage, according to Pro Football Focus. Due to his age (35), Father Time could catch up with him sooner than later. However, Williams likely is the best bet to line up with 2017 second-round pick Kevin King in Green Bay's base defense this fall, as the roster currently is constructed.
In his return to Green Bay last season, House tended to a quad injury early and a shoulder concern late, resulting in four DNPs. When healthy, though, he accrued 31 tackles, one interception and one sack during a six-game stretch midseason. After the offseason addition of Tramon Williams, the Packers likely will roll with a starting CB duo of Williams and 2017 second-round pick Kevin King. No matter, House should be the first player called upon in the event of an injury or when a third cornerback is needed.
The decision to tender Brown, an exclusive rights free agent, means that he'll be back in Green Bay next season. No matter, with no NFL snaps on his resume, he may have a tough hill to climb if he hopes to crack into the defensive rotation.
Evans barely saw any playing time on defense despite all the injury woes the Packers' secondary endured. Instead, he logged the majority of his snaps on special teams, where he was a mainstay from Week 3 on. With Micah Hyde (shoulder) headed to the open market, Evans figures to have a slight chance of carving out a reserve safety role this summer.
Byrd was unable to practice last Thursday, but his quick return to the field Monday suggests his hamstring is fine. The second-year tight end will now jump right back into the competition for the No. 3 tight end job in Green Bay with veteran Lance Kendricks. While Kendricks clearly has the leg up in this battle, the Packers could save $1.625 million by releasing him, according to OverTheCap.com. Meanwhile, cutting Byrd would only save $480,000.
Green Bay has had some interest in Bouagnon for a while now, as they brought him in for a visit prior to the 2017 draft and worked him out again during the regular season when he was a free agent. The Northern Illinois product's career has gotten off to a slow start thus far -- largely due to a knee injury that landed him on the Bears' injured reserve last August -- and he isn't particularly fast (he clocked a 4.66 40-yard dash time at his Pro Day in March off 2017), but he possesses good size (6-foot-2, 228 pounds) for his position and showed he could be productive during his junior year of college when he recorded 1,285 yards and 18 touchdowns on 283 carries across 14 games.
When King went under the knife, he was the No. 2 CB (behind Damarious Randall) in a questionable secondary. Fast forward to today, King is surrounded by worthy corners, including veteran Tramon Williams, first-round pick Jaire Alexander and second-round pick Josh Jackson. King only suited up for nine games in his rookie season, and with new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine looking to shake up the previously struggling unit, nothing's certain in the secondary. Still, King projects to be a Week 1 starter.
Kerridge spent about a month with the Packers before being waived earlier in December, but will finish the season on the 53-man roster. The 25-year-old will likely assume a similar role as his first stint with the team, mostly being a contributor on special teams.
After a rookie season as a rotational safety racking up 71 tackles (60 solo), five pass breakups and two sacks, Jones is poised to take over as starting strong safety now that Morgan Burnett is gone. For the time being, Marwin Evans and Kentrell Brice will slot in for team drills. No timeline was given for Jones' recovery, but the injury doesn't appear long-term.
On Saturday, Matthews took a line drive to the face while pitching in a charity softball game. He'll need to undergo surgery in the near future to fix his nose, but the important thing is that he didn't suffer any trauma to his brain. Prior to the incident, Hodkiewicz reported Matthews was back at OTAs last Friday after the linebacker missed a portion of team practices in late May.
Ripkowski accumulated 196 yards and three touchdowns on 43 touches the season before, so it seemed he would be more involved in the offense in 2017 than he actually was. However, the Packers got better usage out of their running backs than they did the year before, so Ripkowski was limited almost exclusively to blocking duty and special teams work. His reputation made him a first alternate for this year's Pro Bowl, but his 12 touches in 2017 mean he will head into 2018 without any realistic fantasy value.
After the Packers drafted Kevin King and signed Davon House in 2017, Rollins averaged 23.2 defensive snaps for six games before injuring his Achilles. Playing time won't come any easier now that the Packers selected two cornerbacks -- Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson -- in the first two rounds of the 2018 draft and brought veteran Tramon Williams back.
Patrick will suit up after fully participating in practice each day this week but shouldn't see many snaps unless there's an injury on the offensive line.
With Morgan Burnett signing in Pittsburgh, Brice is destined for a rotational role behind Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Josh Jones at safety. Brice averaged 48.2 defensive snaps through six games before being placed on injured reserve in 2017, and he mustered 23 tackles (19 solo) and one pick. The Packers trusted Brice too, as they often worked in a nitro package that featured three safeties. If new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine follows suit, Brice could be a value option in IDP leagues.
Clinton-Dix, who's in a contract year, was absent from voluntary workouts this spring due to personal reasons. However, his impending participation in minicamp suggests the safety has no intentions of holding out in favor of an extension. Coming off three consecutive 1,000-snap seasons, Clinton-Dix should again command a heavy workload in 2018 as Green Bay's clear-cut starting free safety.
Crosby had never scored fewer than 108 points in any of his 11 seasons prior to 2017, but with starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers missing most of the season, the Packers' offense afforded him just 19 field-goal attempts. If Rodgers is healthy for all of 2018 Crosby's opportunities should pick up again, but his down year won't leave him very high on cheat sheets heading into next year's fantasy drafts.
Murphy underwent surgery on his left foot in October, and his recovery appears to be on track. With tackle positions locked down by Bryan Bulaga and David Bakhtiari, Murphy will battle for a depth role.
Pepper hurt his foot in practice Thursday. While the details surrounding his injury aren't clear, his placement on IR suggests it could be severe. Green Bay will now move on to its third long snapper of the season in Derek Hart, who was signed Friday after spending time with the Packers over the summer.
Wilkerson's deal with Green Bay was announced on Tuesday but wasn't made official until Thursday. He'll join Mike Daniels and Kenny Clark as the Packers' starting defensive linemen.
Ryan has back-to-back, 80-tackle seasons under his belt, but more competition has arrived in Green Bay. Versatile LB Oren Burks from Vanderbilt was drafted in the third round and could press for snaps. However, the focus at the moment is getting healthy, and there isn't a clear timeline for his recovery.
Tonyan signed a reserve/future contract with the Packers in January with the hopes of landing a depth gig with the club in 2018. The signings of veterans Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis probably lessen his chances of doing so, and missing time due to injury doesn't help either.
Hundley was underwhelming in his nine starts last season while Aaron Rodgers missed time with a broken collarbone -- especially since the 2015 fifth-rounder had spent over two seasons in the Packers system learning behind the two-time MVP quarterback. Green Bay seemingly expressed their disappointment in him this offseason by trading 2015 first-rounder Damarious Randall to the Browns in exchange for QB DeShone Kizer, who by all accounts is the favorite to secure the No. 2 gig in advance of Week 1. Hundley's best chance at sticking around seems to be if the Packers keep a third signal caller, but that seems unlikely.
Mbu signed with the Colts last November and ended up appearing in seven games, but he recorded just three total tackles in that time. Mbu has appeared in just nine career NFL games since his rookie year in 2015.
Williams was the clear leader of the Green Bay backfield in the second half of last season, recording at least 10 carries in each of the final eight games, though he fell shy of four yards per carry in all but one of those contests. While probably the least explosive of the bunch, Williams played all 16 games in his rookie season, avoiding the injury bug that bit both Jones and Montgomery. Each of the three figures to spend time working with the first-team offense during training camp, and the battle for playing time may ultimately spill into the regular season. Williams seems to have the edge in durability, but Jones was the most effective rusher (5.5 YPC) last season, and Montgomery has an advantage in terms of both experience and pass-catching skill.
It was thought that Kendricks would play a bigger role after joining the Packers last offseason, and even though he took over as the starter in October following the departure of fellow tight end Martellus Bennett, he did not come close to matching the 50 receptions he posted in 2016. In fact, he finished with the lowest reception total of his career; so though figures to be back in Green Bay in 2018 after signing a two-year contract, it's unlikely he will head into the season any higher than No. 2 on the depth chart.
Jones missed Week 17 of his rookie season with an MCL sprain, but there hasn't been any suggestion the injury impacted his offseason preparation. With Ty Montgomery also taking the field last week, the Packers appear to have all their running backs healthy as they begin the process to sort out roles. Jamaal Williams is also in the mix, though he and Montgomery both fell shy of four yards per carry last season, whereas Jones averaged 5.5 on 81 totes. Jones may face a fine or suspension from the NFL for an October incident in which he was cited for driving under the influence of marijuana.
Rodgers likely understands that he can't make decisions for management, but he reportedly wishes the team had at least consulted him before cutting ties with former quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt and wide receiver Jordy Nelson. The 34-year-old quarterback doesn't seem to be a huge fan of new general manager Brian Gutenkunst, potentially making it a bit tougher to hammer out a contract extension. Rodgers' current deal has him scheduled to make $20.6 million in 2018 and $21.1 million in 2019, per OverTheCap. Fully recovered from last year's broken collarbone, Rodgers likely wants an extension that matches or exceeds the contracts recently signed by Kirk Cousins, Jimmy Garoppolo and Matthew Stafford -- all featuring an average annual value of at least $27 million, per OTC. The Packers at least did Rodgers one favor this offseason when they replaced Nelson with another red-zone weapon in the form of tight end Jimmy Graham. The team signed Davante Adams to a four-year extension in December and seemingly plans to keep Randall Cobb for at least one more season.
Whitehead appeared in two games for the Packers in 2016 and has been on the team's practice squad since being released at roster cutdowns. The 24-year-old takes the roster spot of quarterback Aaron Rodgers (collarbone), who was placed on injured reserve. Whitehead could potentially see the field a bit more than typically expected in Week 7 with safety Morgan Burnett (hamstring) ruled out and cornerbacks Damarious Randall (hamstring) and Davon House (quadriceps) listed as questionable.
The Packers were certainly hoping for more from Adams after selecting him in the third round, but an offseason foot injury slowed his progress and deemed him essentially a non-factor in his first year as a pro. As long as he is healthy, Adams will get a chance to play a bigger role in his sophomore campaign.
The four touches upped Mays' total touches on the year to seven, as he played a bit role for the Packers in his rookie season. The team liked him enough to keep him on the roster all season, but he will be behind fellow rookie runners Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams on the depth chart moving forward, so he is going to have to compete to hold onto his spot in 2018.
Goodson sat out last Thursday's session with a calf injury. However, his return to action Monday suggests he isn't dealing with anything severe.
Graham technically ran a 4.56 40 while checking in at 6-foot-6, 260 pounds at the 2010 combine, but there's little reason to doubt the broader idea that he's still one of the most athletic tight ends in the league. The Packers apparently believe that to be the case, as they signed the 31-year-old to a three-year, $30 million contract in mid-March, right around the time Jordy Nelson was released. Green Bay does have a way to get out of the deal after one season and $13 million, as Graham's $11 million signing bonus is the only fully guaranteed portion of his contract, per OverTheCap. He was a bit of a disappointment in his three-year run with Seattle, struggling to make an impact near the goal line (eight TDs in 27 games) his first two seasons, and then struggling outside the red zone (10 TDs, 5.3 yards per target) in 2017. Aaron Rodgers already has strong chemistry with Davante Adams and Randall Cobb, but it isn't unreasonable to think that Graham could push the latter for No. 2 status in Green Bay's passing attack.
Schum had been dealing with a back injury for weeks and was waived Thursday. In his absence, Justin Vogel will take over as the top punter in Green Bay, but the Packers could always bring in someone else for competition.
Bakhtiari was able to play through the issue Sunday, so he wasn't expected to miss any extra time. He'll start at left tackle in Week 13 against the Buccaneers.
Gilbert was waived at roster cutdowns in September and has spent the last two years on the Packers' practice squad. The 24-year-old is likely to have a role on special teams, but defensive snaps should be available Saturday with Nick Perry (ankle) listed as doubtful and Clay Matthews (hamstring) questionable.
Even though Lowry's knee injury was never considered to be severe, it's still nice to see him practicing in full just four days before the season opener. Barring a setback in practice, he should be set to start Sunday and could be an interesting IDP play going against a weak Seahawks offensive line that likely will devote more attention to Mike Daniels and Kenny Clark than to Lowry.
Due to injuries, Perry has yet to complete a full campaign in his six-year career, but he's combined for 90 tackles and 18 sacks in 26 games over the last two seasons. The Packers are looking to use counterpart Clay Matthews in a more versatile role -- moving him between inside and outside linebacker -- during 2018, which should affect how offenses key in on Perry as well.
Bell has made 74 starts since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2011, and he spent 2017 with the Cowboys. The 29-year-old is comfortable at right tackle, but that position is manned by veteran Bryan Bulaga. Therefore, Bell will likely vie for the right guard position along with Justin McCray. If he loses that competition, Bell could serve as the next man up behind the oft-injured Bulaga.
It was thought that Hawkins would mainly fill a depth role for the Packers in 2017, but due to injuries to fellow defensive backs he played more than anticipated and even started three games. His experience this past season will help him in the competition for a roster spot during training camp in 2018.
Dial has logged between 24 and 34 defensive snaps in each of the three weeks since returning from a chest injury. He should see a similar role Sunday, spelling Kenny Clark when need be.
Brooks provided some quality depth for the Packers, starting five games, but his production was slowed by a nagging back injury. He will turn 34 during the offseason, so it remains to be seen what his next step will be.
This is a troubling development for a player who popped up on the injury report multiple times late last season with back injuries, though Linsley never actually missed a game because of one. However, it shouldn't be a huge problem unless his absence from practice continues into training camp.