Filled in admirably for Corey Linsley when he got hurt, and put together a solid game at left tackle in the wild-card win in Washington. Tretter has tremendous value to the Packers as he can play across the offensive line and plays at a high level every time he’s counted on. Hits free agency in 2017, and the Packers will want to keep him around.
Barclay almost got his quarterback killed, charged with a frightful nine sacks and 33 pressures despite only playing 32.6 percent of offensive snaps. Needless to say, both of those numbers were team-highs. Barclay is a free agent, and it’s unlikely he sticks around.
Was only active for four games but held his own when called upon. Nothing to write home about, but didn’t get destroyed by the man opposite him. Gives the Packers some depth at guard, but they don’t want to be forced to rely on him. Taylor is a restricted free agent.
Walker had an up-and-down season. Like Taylor, he didn’t see much of the field. Walker played 51.6 percent of offensive snaps while filling in for T.J. Lang against St. Louis in Week 5, in a game he played fairly well in. The Week 16 loss to Arizona was the polar opposite: Walker played 36.1 percent of snaps at right tackle but got blown away, which is hardly surprising given he was playing out of position.