Packers Free Agency 2020
Both Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones are scheduled to enter contract years in 2020.
The Packers brought back their veteran kicker after the best year of his career.
Mike Pettine loves to play sub-package defense to the point it’s no longer fair to call it that. Green Bay’s base defense is nickel or smaller and it’s not hard to imagine Brian Gutekunst adding pieces to make that easier.
If the Packers do release Graham, they will not do so for another few weeks.
APC writers make their cases for which free agent they’d add to the Packers.
The Packers should try to bring Bulaga back, to be sure, but the tag should be off the table for a simple reason: it’s just too much money.
The Packers don’t have many difficult free agent decisions to make, but the future of beloved veteran Tramon Williams presents one of the bigger questions facing the team this offseason. Complicating matters: his possible successor is also a free agent.
The starters are locked down, but the Packers have some decisions to make on their backups.
It hasn’t been often that Green Bay has had to replace a starting tackle over the past two decades.
Given recent investments on the edge, the Packers look unlikely to retain their one free agent pass-rusher.
The Packers should absolutely bring Lancaster back for another go, but may need to rethink how they deploy him.
What will the Packers do at right tackle? A draft success, a draft failure, and a surprise at that position make up the team’s free agent offensive line group in 2020.
Dozens of players currently on teams will join the 2020 free agent class because they’re too old, too expensive, or some combination of the two. These three players could fit the bill, have Packers connections, and play positions of need.
Green Bay should bring back both of the tight ends who are set to hit free agency in March.
The Packers have a few easy decisions with their free agent receivers, but is there a chance they bring back one of 2019’s bigger disappointments?
Three Packers running backs will be free agents in March. Two of them would appear to be good candidates to return in 2020.
It was easy to see that the Packers needed to improve the talent pool at these positions, and the GM acknowledged as much in his Friday press conference.