3. Chandon Sullivan/Ka’Dar Hollman
Last week against the Raiders, Chandon Sullivan had solid game. Yes, he was called for a pass interference and did give up a touchdown, but he also had four passes defenses and showed he can be an asset. The Packers have some very talented corners on the roster and are set in the starting secondary.
But, injuries can and will occur so there is always room for talented corners in the pass-happy NFL. Keeping Sullivan and Ka’Dar Hollman will guarantee the Packers have two young talented corners to groom while building depth.
In the meantime, both players could be contributors on special teams, a unit that needs solid play.
Hollman’s status as a player drafted by Brain Gutekunst probably makes his place safe. Sullivan, though, will have to earn it with a solid performance both on defense and special teams. It could also come down to who the Packers feel would make it through waivers and to their practice squad.
Hollman’s recent injury could scare teams away, making it likely he makes it through. Sullivan has in-game NFL experience, making it known more of what he is capable of. The decision may also come down to the depth at safety, and versatility could win out over one of these players.