The Green Bay Packers could look different next season with many changes potentially on the way.
While Aaron Rodgers’ future with the team remains a mystery, many other players on the roster don’t yet know where they will be playing in 2023.
Green Bay’s lack of cap space won’t help when free agency gets underway next month.
Which five players might have played their final snap in Green Bay?
5. Adrian Amos
Replacing Adrian Amos won’t be easy, but the Packers may need to do it this offseason.
Amos has played more defensive snaps than any others Packers player over the past four seasons, not missing a single game. He has been a reliable starting safety for the Packers from the moment he swapped Chicago for Green Bay in 2019.
However, Amos turns 30 in April and is coming off an inconsistent season, earning the lowest Pro Football Focus grade of his career.
With limited salary cap space to make moves in free agency, the Packers may turn to the draft to find their next long-term starter at safety. Alabama’s Brian Branch could be a target with the 15th overall pick.
It would be great to see Amos back in Green Bay, although it feels like his time with the Packers could be coming to an end.