Green Bay Packers: What the future may hold for the tight ends

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The tight ends in Green Bay – Andrew Quarless

Andrew Quarless led the position with 29 catches while Richard Rodgers was able to accumulate 20 catches.

Both converted nearly 66 percent of their targets into catches. Between the two of them combined, they had one game with five or more catches and only four games with 50 or more yards.

Every tight end on the team ranked out negatively on Pro Football Focus. Yes, that even includes Julius Peppers on his one missed touchdown catch.

As a Packers fan, I’m not sure I can handle another year of Andrew Quarless being the starting tight end in Green Bay.

With the possibility of Randall Cobb leaving in free agency, Green Bay needs to find someone to fill the void in case Cobb doesn’t return.

If Quarless is still there and Cobb leaves, there is going to put a lot of pressure on guys like Jeff Janis and Jarrett Boykin to step up.

Next: What about Richard Rodgers?