4. Packers tight end Josiah Deguara
If the season started today, Josiah Deguara would be the Packers' starting tight end. The bad news for Deguara is that the 2023 NFL Draft takes place next week, and Green Bay will have multiple opportunities to add talent from one of the deepest tight end classes in recent memory.
Deguara, a third-round pick in 2020, hasn't made much of an impact on offense for the Packers. With Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis ahead of him on the depth chart, Deguara has been limited to a part-time role. According to Pro Football Reference, Deguara played on less than a quarter of Green Bay's offensive snaps last season.
Injury limited Deguara to just two games as a rookie. Since, he has played 33 games but started only five, making 38 catches for 359 yards and two touchdowns since the start of 2021.
Even if the Packers select multiple tight ends in this year's draft -- and there's a good chance they will -- Deguara has an opportunity. Green Bay has lost two experienced starters in Tonyan and Lewis, opening the door for Deguara to take on a bigger role in the Packers' offense.
It's a make-or-break season for the former third-round pick.