Packers: 10 players who could be gone after 2022 season

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Green Bay Packers, Mason Crosby
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6. K Mason Crosby

Mason Crosby is entering Year 16 with the Green Bay Packers. An incredible accomplishment. Some kickers don’t last 16 days on a team. Crosby has been here for 16 years.

While there have been ups and downs throughout Crosby’s career, he has always bounced back from the tough stretches. He is the Packers’ all-time points scorer and has given the team the luxury of consistent kicking, something few teams have enjoyed.

At some point, though, Crosby’s incredible career will end. He will turn 38 in September, so he will be 39 at the start of the 2023 season.

Crosby is also coming off a tough 2021 season. Entering a contract year, will this be Crosby’s final season with the Packers?

5. TE Robert Tonyan

This could be a make-or-break season for tight end Robert Tonyan.

He has shown his pass-catching ability in the past, having caught 11 touchdowns in the 2020 season. Tonyan will hope to make a big impact for the Packers this season once he’s fully recovered from a torn ACL.

Tonyan signed a one-year extension to stay in Green Bay this offseason.

A bounce-back season could see Tonyan land a multi-year extension, but plenty of other teams would likely be interested in that scenario. Tonyan is a free agent next spring.