Scott Tozlien made his first impact in Green Bay while Aaron Rodgers sat out with a broken collarbone in 2013. Backup Seneca Wallace was also injured which required Tolzien to make the jump from the practice squad. Two years later, he was Rodgers’ primary backup.
Why he should re-sign: Tolzien wasn’t asked to do much in 2015 with Rodgers staying healthy, but the Packers need a backup who knows the system and can step in if needed.
Tolzien has an excellent work ethic and he has worked on improving the weaknesses in his game since we first saw him on the field in 2013. If Rodgers gets hurt, the Packers need someone who can step in and help the team win games. Tolzien gives them a chance to do that.
Why he should walk: Brett Hundley impressed during preseason and could be ready to become the Packers’ No. 2. Tolzien would love the opportunity to become a starter at a team in need of a quarterback, but there won’t be a starting vacancy in Green Bay for some time.
Hundley will become the eventual backup, and Tolzien will likely want to test the market and find a team looking to create a quarterback battle in camp.