Is Jordan Love the Green Bay Packers' QB1 of the future, or will GM Brian Gutekunst and head coach Matt LaFleur go back to the drawing board in 2024? I think at this point in time, Love's future in Green Bay is very much up in the air, which means every option is on the table going forward.
That should make for another fun offseason for the Green Bay Packers, depending on what way you look at things. The Packers are equipped with plenty of NFL Draft capital for 2024 to maneuver around the board as they see fit. This draft class features potentially up to four first-round prospects, while NFL free agency is full of veterans and reclamation projects alike.
What are some way-too-early options for the Green Bay Packers at the QB position beyond this season? Let's take a look at 10.
1. Jordan Love (the incumbent)
You've got to look at the incumbent first and foremost, and possibly as the most realistic. Jordan Love is currently the Packers quarterback and that bodes well for him, especially if the coaching staff remains in place. Remember the sacrifices that were made to get Jordan Love, develop him, and put him in position to be the starter.
Love hasn't had the greatest first full season on the job, but he's shown flashes of brilliance out there and the Packers' evaluation of him will be fascinating by the time the season is over. Love is under contract next year, but only $13.5 million is fully guaranteed.
But in order to cut him or trade him, the Packers would have to have a truly viable alternative. What could those be?