A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Monday, May 18.
Welcome to the Packers News Report.
Today’s articles include a look at five former players who could still make a difference if they came out of retirement, a look back at Green Bay’s strange offseason, and more.
Also, why the 2018 draft class looks like it could be a failure a couple of years on.
News and notes from around FanSided
Five former Green Bay Packers who could come out of retirement and still play (Lombardi Ave – Jesse Fry)
Here’s a fun article by Lombardi Ave’s Jesse Fry. He writes about five former Packers who, if they decided to come out of retirement, could still play at a high level and help this team improve in 2020.
The harder you look, the worse the offseason gets (Lombardi Ave – Evan Siegel)
It’s undoubtedly not been the offseason for Green Bay that many of us were expecting. Lombardi Ave’s Evan Siegel writes that the longer it goes, the worse this offseason begins to look.
Ranking the Green Bay Packers key free agents in 2021 (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)
David Bakhtiari, Kenny Clark, and Aaron Jones are just three key players who are set to become free agents next offseason. That’s before we factor in Kevin King or Corey Linsley, who are also key starters. Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express has ranked the top five key free agents for Green Bay in 2021.
2018 draft class looms as possible huge failure (Dairyland Express – Brian Sampson)
Brian Sampson of Dairyland Express writes about why Green Bay’s 2018 draft class, the first under GM Brian Gutekunst, looks like it could be a huge failure.
More news and notes from around the internet
Projecting the Packers’ post-draft depth chart at running back (Packers Wire – Grant Matheny)
50 in 50: Brett Favre delivers his magnum opus one day after the death of his father (PackersNews.com – JR Radcliffe)
The Rodgers conference call was predictable (Cheesehead TV – David Michalski)
We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Packers News Report.