Jaire Alexander, Kevin King, Eric Stokes, Chandon Sullivan, Shemar Jean-Charles, Josh Jackson, Ka’dar Hollman
With Kevin King out with injury, first-round pick Eric Stokes has had plenty of opportunities with the starting defense at training camp. That includes seeing plenty of Davante Adams. Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette tweeted during Saturday’s practice that Stokes had been beaten for three TDs up against Adams.
Few experienced NFL cornerbacks can stop the Aaron Rodgers-Davante Adams connection, but it’s a great opportunity for Stokes to learn up against the best.
Once King returns, it’ll be a question of figuring out who starts in Week 1 opposite Jaire Alexander.
With Chandon Sullivan and Shemar Jean-Charles the top two in the slot and Josh Jackson and Ka’dar Hollman providing depth, the Packers are well set at cornerback.
Adrian Amos, Darnell Savage, Will Redmond, Vernon Scott
Not much has changed at safety so far at training camp. If the Packers go with four safeties on the 53, the most likely group is Adrian Amos, Darnell Savage, Will Redmond, and Vernon Scott.
Despite the Packers having one of the best starting pairings in the league, the depth behind them concerns me slightly.
Mason Crosby, JK Scott, Hunter Bradley
Mason Crosby is still one of the best kickers in the league but there are some question marks at the punter and long-snapper positions. For now, the Packers stick with JK Scott and Hunter Bradley.