Josiah Deguara is an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and it would be surprising if the Packers offered him a new deal. Deguara's role on offense decreased throughout the season, and he was never a full-time player in the first place.
With inconsistent results as a blocker while offering next to nothing as a pass catcher, Deguara never became the dependable H-back in Matt LaFleur's offense the team hoped he could. Deguara offers some special teams value, but the Packers will likely go in a different direction in the offseason.
Opportunities are limited at tight end with the emergence of rookies Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft. Musgrave and Kraft showed significant improvements in the blocking game throughout the year, and the two combined for 707 receiving yards and three touchdowns in the regular season.
Green Bay could still search for a new addition to play the Kyle Juszczyk role in LaFleur's offense.
Deguara couldn't solidify his spot in that role this season. After playing double-digit offensive snaps in seven of the opening eight games this year, he only hit 10 or more snaps twice in the remaining seven games he played, even when Musgrave was injured. Deguara's time in Green Bay is likely coming to an end.