Packers all-time 53-man roster: Aaron Rodgers era
Offensive line (10)
Starters: David Bakhtiari, Josh Sitton, Corey Linsley, T.J. Lang, Bryan Bulaga
Backups: Elgton Jenkins, JC Tretter, Scott Wells, Chad Clifton, Billy Turner
Interestingly, the Packers’ starting offensive line in this all-time roster was their actual starting line in 2014.
David Bakhtiari is a future Hall-of-Famer, having been named an All-Pro in five consecutive seasons. Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang went to a combined four Pro Bowls during their time in Green Bay and were a dominant guard duo.
Corey Linsley had an incredible run as the Packers’ starting center, being named a first-team All-Pro in 2020. Bryan Bulaga shut down some of the league’s best pass rushers and helped the team win a Super Bowl in 2010.
The fact the likes of Elgton Jenkins and JC Tretter are backups shows just how deep this group is. Either could be starters in this team.
Defensive line (5)
Kenny Clark, B.J. Raji, Mike Daniels, Ryan Pickett, Dean Lowry
Another excellent group.
Kenny Clark, the Packers’ first-round pick in 2016, has 22.5 career sacks and two Pro Bowl selections. B.J. Raji was a Pro Bowler and helped the Packers in their Super Bowl run, making a crucial pick-six in the NFC title game.
Mike Daniels made 29 sacks in seven years with the Packers. He made the Pro Bowl in 2017. Ryan Pickett was a Super Bowl champion and combined with Clay Matthews to make one of the most important plays of the game, helping Matthews force a fumble.
Dean Lowry has been a reliable starter for six seasons in Green Bay.