Sean Richardson. Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
24, 2-year pro, $481,667 annual salary
Richardson has shown great promise and has helped the Packers solidify not only their special teams play, but depth at safety.
Keep or let him walk? He’s shown enough when he’s been on the field that the Packers should make every attempt to get him back in the fold.
Don Barclay. Raymond T. Rivard photograph
25, 2-year pro, $480,833 annual salary
Like I said before, you can never have enough offensive linemen. Depending on how the Packers move in regard to Bryan Bulaga, Barclay would either have a shot at being a starter at right tackle or a solid backup. His work as a starter in 2012 and 13 when Bulaga was out from injury impressed many, including Mike McCarthy.
Keep or let him walk? I say that they should do everything in their power to bring Barclay back. He’s a mauler who needs to improve his pass protection skills, but he’s one that could be an important addition.
Jarrett Boykin. Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports photograph
25, 2-year pro, $480,000 annual salary
With the emergence of rookie Davante Adams, Boykin’s role has been diminished significantly. In addition, with fellow rookies Jeff Janis and Jared Abbrederis high on the list of players who could come out from the shadows in 2015, Boykin will probably be leaving.
Keep or let him walk? Boykin has a body of work that should at least draw interest from a few other teams looking for depth at wide receiver. The Packers should let him walk.
Jamari Lattimore. Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
26, 3-year pro, $1,431,000 annual salary
Lattimore was given the opportunity to solidify the Packers inside linebacking woes in 2014, but he didn’t fit the bill. The recent ankle injury that has kept him out the past three weeks hasn’t helped him either.
Keep or let him walk?
At best, it seems that the only reason the Packers would want to bring Lattimore back would be as a special-teamer and backup linebacker.
They should let him walk.
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