Packers free agency 2018: Who should Green Bay bring back?

GREEN BAY, WI - NOVEMBER 06: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
GREEN BAY, WI - NOVEMBER 06: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix /
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GREEN BAY, WI – NOVEMBER 06: Dwayne Washington
GREEN BAY, WI – NOVEMBER 06: Dwayne Washington /

Davon House: Walk

House was never going to be the answer to Green Bay’s secondary problems, and the 28-year-old didn’t have a great year. He struggled to stay healthy, missing four games.

If the Packers can re-sign him on the cheap, he is a decent depth piece, but not much more. House offers experience, but he’s at a disadvantage with a new defensive coordinator coming in.

Damarious Randall looked like a new player in the second half of 2017, and Kevin King also flashed potential in his rookie season. The Packers need to build talent around their young corners, which could come at House’s expense.

Jahri Evans: Re-sign

This will come down to Evans’ price tag. Despite impressing in his first season with the Packers, they shouldn’t have to break the bank to re-sign him. The former Saint filled the spot previously held by T.J. Lang, and he played about as well as the team could have hoped for.

Here’s the issue: Evans turns 35 in August. How long can he play at a high level for? Justin McCray impressed in 2017, and the Packers will likely look to add more depth across the offensive line through the draft. Still, for now I’d bring Evans back on a one-year deal.