3. Marcedes Lewis
Another player who has enjoyed an incredible career is tight end Marcedes Lewis.
A first-round draft choice in 2006, Lewis has played 17 seasons in the NFL, featuring in 251 games with 221 starts. After spending the first 12 years of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Lewis has become a key player on offense for the Packers over the past five seasons.
Lewis is such a dominant blocker that having him on the field effectively gives the Packers a sixth offensive lineman. But an offensive lineman capable of making catches.
He is also a leader in the locker room and a player Aaron Rodgers loves to play alongside.
Lewis is a free agent this spring and turns 39 in May.
That leaves a couple of questions. Does Lewis want to continue playing? If so, will he re-sign with the Packers?
If Aaron Rodgers is back, maybe Lewis will also return on a one-year deal. But if the four-time MVP is traded or retires, Lewis’ time in Green Bay could be over.
And who knows, maybe Lewis would follow Rodgers to a new team like the New York Jets or Las Vegas Raiders.
Lewis has been such an important player for the Packers, but his time in Green Bay could be over.