Whether it's called a rebuild or not, the Green Bay Packers have made significant changes to their roster this offseason.
From both a salary cap perspective and because the championship window with Aaron Rodgers is closed, it made sense to move on from several veteran starters and get younger across the roster.
More changes will come in less than a year. At the end of the upcoming season, Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst will face more tough decisions.
Which five Packers are playing for their jobs in 2023?
5. Josh Myers
Josh Myers started all 17 games at center last season but could face competition for the job this summer. The Packers have experimented with second-year Sean Rhyan at center this offseason, and offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich said Zach Tom could compete at center.
Tom's versatility means he could play any of the five starting positions if necessary, but his experience at center in college could lead him to the job.
It's Myers' job to lose this summer, but he is under pressure. The former second-round pick has been inconsistent the past two years. Even if he begins the season starting at center, Myers must improve his consistency to ensure the job is his long-term.
If he doesn't make improvements this season, the Packers could look for a replacement in 2024.