Predicting five Packers who have played their last game in Green Bay

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Jones (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Green Bay Packers, Chandon Sullivan
Green Bay Packers, Chandon Sullivan (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images) /

The Green Bay Packers have finished yet another season with the team failing to win the ultimate prize. As unfortunate as this is to say it is the reality of the situation. Instead of playing on Sunday, the Packers now get to move forward with the upcoming offseason.

At the end of any season in any sport, there are always changes that go on around the team. Whether it’s players, coaches, or trainers, there are always guys that will be gone the following season. This is what made this past loss in the NFC Championship sting a little more.

The Packers have had a core group of players for the last few years and a number of them will be gone by the time the 2021 season kicks off. In this article, I have chosen only five players but there will certainly be more players to leave this team.

So let’s go ahead and start off this list with the first player.

The Packers should move in a new direction with their nickel cornerback

Player #1: Chandon Sullivan

Chandon Sullivan is one of the many upcoming free agents the Packers currently have on their roster. Many had high hopes for Sullivan as he was finally given a chance to be the starting slot corner this season.

To be fair, he did have some nice moments such as getting a pick-six against the Lions in Week 2. This would be his only interception in 2020 and his lasting image on Packers fans will probably be getting beat all game during the NFC Championship.

Cornerback is a position Green Bay is going to need to address, not only in the draft but bringing in a veteran may also be a smart move. The Packers have one of the youngest secondaries in the entire league and they have been relying on young players forever so bringing in a veteran may help them out.