3. T.J. Lang, G
If we're being honest, the chances of T.J. Lang coming out of retirement are almost zero. Lang stepped away from the NFL four years ago after an incredible career. However, only 35 years old, he could probably still step in at guard and absolutely dominate.
Lang was an outstanding starting guard for many years in Green Bay, starting 113 games with the Packers before making 19 starts for the Detroit Lions. He was a two-time Pro Bowler, once with the Packers and once with the Lions, and also helped Green Bay win a Super Bowl in the 2010 season.
Alongside Josh Sitton, the Packers had an unstoppable guard duo. They gave the offensive line a strong foundation, something Green Bay built on by drafting left tackle David Bakhtiari in 2013 and center Corey Linsley in 2014, with both becoming All-Pros.
Injuries limited Lang to just six games in 2018, his final season in the NFL, before the Lions released him the following offseason. He was only 31 when he retired.
But before his injury-hit 2018 season, Lang was still playing at a high level. He made the Pro Bowl the year before, starting 13 games with the Lions in 2017. Wouldn't it be cool to see him wearing the green and gold one final time?