First-round pick Darnell Savage Jr. made his Packers debut against the Texans, but only played on one series. Adrian Amos didn’t play. Savage and Amos should be the Packers’ starting duo at safety entering the season opener in four weeks.
Raven Greene continues to show why he deserves a spot on the roster, forcing a fumble which was recovered by Will Redmond against the Texans. Greene continues to impress and has a great chance to enter the season third on the depth chart.
Josh Jones didn’t play, and it still remains to be seen whether he’ll be traded before the start of the season. Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that Jones missed the game due to an injury.
But assuming Ibraheim Campbell — who the Packers re-signed on Thursday — is healthy for the season opener, I think he’ll make the roster as the fourth safety. If Campbell isn’t ready to go for Week 1, the Packers could go with Natrell Jamerson. Jones also has a good chance of making the roster, but it depends on whether he’s traded or not.
The top three on the depth chart at safety looks set, but the competition is still open for the fourth spot.