50 greatest Green Bay Packers players from the last decade

Green Bay Packers, Julius Peppers (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
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Green Bay Packers, Richard Rodgers
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45. Tim Masthay – P

Tim Masthay spent six seasons with the Packers, all in the past decade. He finished his career with 17,230 punt yards with a long of 71, and he set a franchise record for gross yards.

44. Ryan Pickett – DT

Ryan Pickett was another key part of the Super Bowl team. He started 58 games for the Packers during the decade, and combined with Clay Matthews for the famous “spill it, Pickett!” play in the Super Bowl victory.

43. Kevin King – CB

When healthy, Kevin King has been a starter for the Packers at cornerback over the past three seasons. He had his best season in 2019, intercepting a team-best five passes and breaking up 15. The Packers have been searching for cornerback help for many years, and King has provided that.

42. Chad Clifton – T

Chad Clifton had a great career with the Green Bay Packers and would be higher on this list if we weren’t just focusing on the past decade. But Clifton still made an impact in the 2010s. He started 22 games over two seasons, making his second Pro Bowl in 2010 and helping the Packers win the Super Bowl.

41. Richard Rodgers – TE

While Richard Rodgers was never a great player, he proved to be a solid target for Aaron Rodgers in the passing game. He caught one of Rodgers’ greatest ever plays, the Hail Mary to defeat to the Detroit Lions in 2015. In four seasons with Green Bay, Rodgers finished with 1,166 yards and 13 touchdowns.