Last season, the Green Bay Packers had an impressive six players selected for the two All-Pro teams. Four made the first team and two were part of the second team. But could there be players on the roster set to be named an All-Pro for the first time this season?
The Packers have a lot of talent on both sides of the ball, but trying to predict three first-time All-Pros isn’t an easy task because the Packers have had so many players named to the team in recent seasons.
The good news for the Packers is that most of their All-Pros from last season will return in 2021. Wide receiver Davante Adams, left tackle David Bakhtiari (when healthy), edge rusher Za’Darius Smith, and cornerback Jaire Alexander will all be playing for the Packers this season. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ future is still up in the air but he could make it five out of six.
The only All-Pro from last season no longer on the roster is center Corey Linsley, who signed with the Los Angeles Chargers in free agency.
Looking ahead to the upcoming season, which three Packers players could be named to the All-Pro team for the first time in their careers?