Packers: 10 key players who could be gone after season-ending loss
6. Allen Lazard
Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs were drafted to be the Packers’ future at wide receiver, and there’s every chance they add to the wide receiver corps this offseason.
Where does that leave Allen Lazard?
Lazard couldn’t make the step up to become a consistent WR1 this season, but he continued to provide value as a reliable pass-catcher and outstanding blocker.
A free agent this spring, there will undoubtedly be interest around the league. Are the Packers willing to pay Lazard, or will he land a new deal from a different team?
5. Adrian Amos
Safety may rise to near the top of the Packers’ offseason to-do list. After four seasons in Green Bay, Adrian Amos becomes an unrestricted free agent in March.
Amos turns 30 in April and is coming off an inconsistent season.
Quite incredibly, Amos hasn’t missed a game since signing with the Packers in 2019. He has started all 71 games, including playoffs, and has been a key player in the secondary.
With limited cap space this offseason, Green Bay may decide to move on from its veteran safety, going for a younger option in the draft.
Like it was in 2019, safety will become one of the team’s biggest needs if Amos isn’t re-signed.