It’s early in the regular season, but we may already have an idea of which players may not be back with the Green Bay Packers next year.
The Green Bay Packers have won a lot of regular season games under head coach Matt LaFleur, and that looks set to continue this year as they sit 3-1 after four weeks.
LaFleur’s team aims to make it four straight victories in London on Sunday when they take on the New York Giants.
For now, though, we’re going to look at the bigger picture. Beyond this season.
Which four Packers players may not be back next year?
1. Marcedes Lewis
Marcedes Lewis has been an unsung hero in Matt LaFleur’s offense over the past few years. A lot of his great blocking work goes unnoticed, but he is such a key player for the Packers.
Could he stick around for another year? Possibly, but at some point, the Packers will need to find a replacement. And there’s a good chance it happens in 2023.
Lewis is a free agent next offseason and will also turn 39 in May. A first-round pick all the way back in 2006, it would come as no surprise if Lewis is playing his final season with the Packers, or possibly in the NFL.
If it does turn out to be Lewis’ final year, let’s hope it ends with a Super Bowl ring. He deserves it.