5 moves from NFC North rivals that Packers fans should be worried about

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4. Caleb Williams going to the Bears

This one hasn't happened yet, but Caleb Williams joining the Chicago Bears isn't good news for the rest of the NFC North.

It's fair to say that he has to go out there and prove himself, there's no doubt about it. But Williams is a can't-miss prospect at the quarterback position who drives defenses crazy with his ability to extend plays, throw off of any platform or at any arm angle, and make everyone around him better.

Even if it takes some time to acclimate, I don't think Williams being drafted by the Bears is good news for anyone in the NFC North over the long term. He looks like he's going to be a stud at the next level.

5. Aaron Jones signing with the Vikings

At least for the short-term, Aaron Jones signing with the Vikings is a little worrisome. With the way we saw Jones playing at the end of the 2023 season and in the playoffs, the Packers may need to be at least a little worried with what he's going to bring to the table, especially in those two matchups against Green Bay.

Jones has a chip on his shoulder, and the last time we saw him, he was playing some dominant football. The Packers would probably have loved if Jones took a pay cut to stay in Green Bay or go anywhere but in the division, but now they're going to have to face him twice.

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