Packers Free Agency 2021
Watt will not be returning home to Wisconsin.
Green Bay joins Tennessee and Buffalo as prime candidates, according to this report, though another suggests that there is no signing imminent.
When looked at in totality, it’s clear that the Packers have been putting a plan into action in expectation of the center leaving this offseason.
Cap casualties largely are yet to hit the market, but which true free agents at corner could Green Bay look at next month?
Green Bay has some moves to be made at cornerback this offseason and King is the most notable name on the list.
The Packers have two free agent safeties, and one of them is almost surely gone.
Teams can now plan for a slightly less bad worst-case scenario.
If the price is right, the journeyman may be back, however it’s more likely the Burgess journey will continue on.
The only edge rusher without a contract for 2021 should still return thanks to his status as an exclusive-rights free agent.
The Packers’ toughest decision across this group probably comes with Tyler Lancaster. Is a low restricted free agent tender too much for a rotational run-stopper?
What will the Packers do about their most important internal free agent?
Watt would seem to be a great fit for the Packers, but to bring him home, Green Bay would need to free up significant cap room.
Will a cap crunch and old age bring a career to a close? And how much will the Packers gamble with their best tight end?
Since the only major contributor among the Packers’ free agent WRs has just two accrued seasons, the decisions at this position are easy to make — unlike across much of the rest of the roster.