2018 Packers Roster Breakdown
Here’s the full 53 as seen by the combined projections of the APC staff.
Our final set of predictions should be, well, predictable.
Young corners are projected to breathe new life into the Packers secondary with a familiar face returning to the green and gold.
There’s plenty of youth in the room, but an old friend is back to provide veteran expertise as well as solid play on the outside.
Who makes the team out of camp? APC predicts that the 2018 safety group will look similar to last year’s.
There’s not a ton of depth for the Packers at the safety position heading into training camp.
Just three true inside linebackers are projected to make the final 53-man roster and one played safety in college.
The Packers have one starting job locked up - but who will line up next to him?
Several first and second-year players are granted extra time on the 53-man roster to become contributors.
Green Bay made few roster moves at edge rusher during the offseason, instead relying on leaps from younger players.
With Clay Matthews, Nick Perry, and the Packers’ other outside linebackers consistently dealing with injuries, the team needs much of the pass rush to come from the defensive line.
A deep group of linemen could mitigate questions about health and the right tackle position in particular.
The Packers side with experience in Acme Packing Company’s roster projection for the tight end position.
Jimmy Graham leads the new-look group of tight ends.
APC projects Brian Gutekunst to keep all of his tall, fast rookie wideouts on the roster this fall.
A bevy of young talent will attempt to crack a wide open position.
APC expects four backs to make the final roster and Jamaal Williams to start the season opener against rival Chicago.
APC is predicting that just two quarterbacks will make the Packers’ opening roster in 2018.
Two players who started at QB against one another last year will compete for a job this August.
The Packers will have difficult decisions to make in the secondary this September, with several veterans potentially on the chopping block in favor of young draft picks.
How does the Packers’ OL stand at this point? We break down the group into tiers to see who’s got the best shot at making the team.
The top players on the Packers roster may be unheralded, but they’re some of the best players in the NFL at their positions.
In order for the Packers offense to reach its ceiling, Jimmy Graham has to become more than just a red-zone threat.
The magnitude of first-round pick Jaire Alexander’s role will impact the entire Packers defense.
Our top-30 kicks off with first and second-year players looking to make an impact in Green Bay.
Two rookie receivers debut in the top-40 countdown, as well as one’s former college quarterback.
In the next installment of our roster ranking, we find a host of players in the secondary who will be jockeying for position on the depth chart and the roster this summer.
Acme Packing Company continues its countdown of the Packers’ 90-man roster with players 60-51.
Acme Packing Company continues its countdown of the Packers’ 90-man roster with players 70-61.
There are a few undrafted linemen competing for jobs this summer in Green Bay, and three of them show up in today’s batch of players in our roster ranking.
Here’s a look at how the Packers’ 90-man roster sets up following the 2018 NFL Draft.
Since the mid-1990s, Green Bay has rarely spent significant draft picks and cap space on the guard position, leaning instead on developmental depth.
With both Brett Goode and Taybor Pepper having expiring contracts, which will the Packers bring back to begin 2018?