Three of the Packers’ worst offseason moves in 2022.
The Green Bay Packers have been strong contenders in the NFC over the past three seasons. All signs point to that continuing this year.
Overall, it has been a good offseason in Green Bay. General manager Brian Gutekunst re-signed key players like inside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell and cornerback Rasul Douglas.
He also added defensive tackle Jarran Reed, inside linebacker Quay Walker, defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt, and edge rusher Kingsley Enagbare to the defense.
This could be the Packers’ best defense since their last Super Bowl win over a decade ago.
But that doesn’t mean the Packers have got everything right this offseason, far from it.
They have done well to solve a salary cap mess while also maintaining a championship-level roster. The team has managed to reshuffle the coaching staff, with the likes of Nathaniel Hackett and Luke Getsy moving on to new opportunities.
There are many areas where the Packers deserve applause for their offseason work. However, there were also some questionable decisions made along the way.
While Gutekunst and the front office deserve praise for much of their work in recent weeks, here are three of the Packers’ worst offseason moves.