GREEN BAY, WI - JANUARY 15: James Starks #44 of the Green Bay Packers runs with the ball against the New York Giants during their NFC Divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field on January 15, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
Yesterday, we asked you which member of the Green Bay Packers offense had the most to gain in the team's upcoming minicamp, and most of you voted for wide receiver Tori Gurley. Running back Brandon Saine also got a ton of votes. My vote went to Marc Tyler, but I definitely see why Gurley and Saine were such popular selections. There's definitely spots to be won for both of them.
Who has the most to lose is a slightly different question. The guys in yesterday's poll were mostly fringe and/or practice squad guys who have a chance to play regularly in the upcoming season. The guys with the most to lose are the guys who had roster spots or played big roles last year, but are in danger of losing some time.
I think this might end up being a more lively and more interesting discussion than the previous one. Don't get too heated in the comments, but debate is certainly encouraged. Here are your options...
What offensive player has the most to lose at minicamp?
QB Graham Harrell (59 votes)
RB James Starks (173 votes)
RB Alex Green (by not participating) (157 votes)
WR James Jones (287 votes)
TE Tom Crabtree (162 votes)
OT Marshall Newhouse (66 votes)
OT Derek Sherrod (by not participating) (249 votes)
Other (41 votes)
1194 total votes