Adrian Amos and Rasul Douglas post cryptic tweets about Packers future

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The Green Bay Packers have made several moves at safety this offseason.

Green Bay signed former San Francisco 49ers safety Tarvarius Moore in free agency and drafted Iowa State's Anthony Johnson Jr. in the seventh round. Moore can be a core special teams player for the Packers, while Johnson could eventually start on defense.

The Packers also gave new deals to Rudy Ford and Dallin Leavitt.

Darnell Savage has one year remaining on his contract, while the Packers also have 2022 draft pick Tariq Carpenter on the roster, who became a valuable special teams contributor late last season.

Where does this leave Adrian Amos? The veteran safety didn't miss a game for the Packers during his four seasons in Green Bay, but he remains an unsigned free agent.

Amos and Packers teammate Rasul Douglas posted a couple of cryptic tweets that could give us a clue about Amos' future.

Packers Rumors: Adrian Amos and Rasul Douglas post cryptic tweets

Adrian Amos gave a possible hint about his Packers future on Twitter. He posted a cryptic tweet, but Rasul Douglas' reaction may give us a bigger clue.

That certainly doesn't look like the kind of reaction Douglas would give if Amos had signed a new deal with the Packers. Could this mean Green Bay is moving on from the veteran safety?

GM Brian Gutekunst said after the draft that Green Bay wouldn't "close the door" on re-signing Amos, even after drafting a safety and signing Moore.

The Packers have a crowded safety room. Darnell Savage, Rudy Ford, Tarvarius Moore, Anthony Johnson, Dallin Leavitt, and Tariq Carpenter all have a great chance of making the 53-man roster. Despite that, it's unclear who will start next to Savage on defense, as many of the Packers' safeties play most of their snaps on special teams.

That's where Amos could help this defense, providing steady play while the Packers look for their long-term starter.

But these cryptic tweets from Amos and Douglas could suggest his time in Green Bay is done.

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