2017 Packers Roster Breakdown
Green Bay’s kickers did a solid job this season, but Mason Crosby capped off the year with a bang in Dallas.
Kentrell Brice and Marwin Evans became too valuable to release during the 2016 preseason, becoming contributors well into the playoffs.
The Packers’ starting safeties have become a force to be reckoned with.
Micah Hyde's late-season and playoff run could secure him a lucrative new contract.
There was very little shown this year from the new cornerbacks other than promise.
The loss of Sam Shields left a young cornerback group rudderless without a veteran leader.
Blake Martinez added talent and depth to a very young position group.
Nick Perry's big season should net him a lucrative multi-year deal.
After four disappointing seasons, Nick Perry finally broke out in 2016.
With a few highlight plays, the outside linebackers failed to live up to high expectations in 2016.
The Packers have one defensive lineman hitting the open market this spring, but they can easily bring him back if they so choose.
Green Bay added a couple of linemen through the draft, and both showed reasons for fans to be optimistic about their futures.
Green Bay’s vocal leader on defense was also the star of his position group - moving forward, he’ll need a player to emerge next to him to make the defensive line a true force on the defense.
The offensive line was the most consistent group all year for the Packers.
Though he missed six games due to injury, there’s no question that the Packers hit on their big signing at the tight end position.
The Packers' top rookie wideout also becomes an exclusive-rights free agent this offseason.
The Packers found a gem in undrafted free agent Geronimo Allison.
Green Bay’s receiving corps start off the season slowly, but found their groove midway through the season - not coincidentally around the same time that their quarterback did the same.
The Packers have decisions to make about five players in the offensive backfield who have expiring contracts.
The Packers added a whole bunch of players at the running back position in 2016, but most of those who came from outside the organization failed to impress.
The Packers were led in rushing by a converted wide receiver, and the position as a whole suffered injury after injury in 2016.
The Packers’ third-stringer had a nice preseason, but was it really worth it for the team to have him on the 53 when they did?
It was a rough first half of the season, but the Packers got their quarterback back to his elite form down the stretch in 2016.