4. Jonathan Owens, S
Finally, the Packers are going to have some decisions to make at safety. They've got a handful of safeties that are going to be entering free agency including Darnell Savage, Rudy Ford, Zayne Anderson and Jonathan Owens.
On the season, Owens has played 490 defensive snaps and hasn't given the Packers much to be excited about. Pro Football Focus currently has Owens graded as the 72nd player out of 88 at his position on the season. In a word, that's tough.
Owens hasn't been good in coverage, nor against the run. In coverage, Owens is allowing an opposing passer rating of 137.7 and allowing over 76 percent of passes to be completed when targeted. He's missed nearly 10 percent of his tackles, only tallied one pass breakup and given up three touchdowns this year, as well.
Only one game this year has seen Owens finish with more than one stop, proving he's not much of a factor against the run.
Next season, Simone Biles will likely have to find herself a new favorite team once again.