The Green Bay Packers are going through a season in which, let's face it, there have been some growing pains. Trading away franchise legend Aaron Rodgers was maybe a long time coming, but that doesn't mean every transition at the quarterback position is going to go as smoothly as we saw the Packers transition from Brett Favre to Aaron Rodgers once upon a time.
Packers fans are finally getting a bit of a glimpse at what 'normal' NFL fans have to endure, frankly more often than not. Breaking in a young quarterback is not always easy, and it doesn't exactly keep your team in contention. But beyond the quarterback position, there are interesting factors at play with this Green Bay Packers roster as a whole.
Which players have perhaps played their way out of the team's 2024 plans at this point in time? Let's take a look at five names.
5 Packers who could be replaced in the offseason
One of the most obvious players who isn't likely to be back with the Green Bay Packers beyond this season has got to be AJ Dillon.
The former second-round pick out of Boston College is having his worst year as a pro statistically, he's slated for free agency in 2024, and he's simply not been able to maximize his opportunities to prove he can be a true RB1 in this league.
Dillon was a pretty tremendous secondary running back in 2021 and 2022, with seven touchdowns in each of those years as well as over 1,000 yards from scrimmage back in 2021, but the productivity and efficiency on a per-touch basis have dwindled significantly.