Which three players should the Green Bay Packers have re-signed in recent seasons?
In the NFL, it’s impossible to re-sign each of your free agents every offseason. That’s just the way it goes with the salary cap. But that doesn’t mean teams don’t regret decisions after making big mistakes in free agency. Sometimes a team can’t re-sign a star player because they don’t have the cap room to offer a long-term deal. But it’s also possible a team will let a player leave as they think they already have a replacement on the roster.
Former Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson had a great history of drafting and developing star players, then re-signing them. But the Packers were far from perfect. Just like every team, they made the wrong decision in free agency many times.
GM Brian Gutekunst has rebuilt the defense over the past couple of seasons, while also adding key players on offense. But which former players could have been key contributors in 2019 for the Packers?
Here’s a look at three players the Packers should’ve done everything possible to re-sign. The key is they have to be current players who could’ve helped the team in the 2019 season had they still been on the roster.
Here are three players the Packers should’ve re-signed.