4. Josiah Deguara
The good news for Josiah Deguara is that he has played first-team reps at organized team activities so far this offseason. The bad news? It may not last for long because the Packers drafted two tight ends in the second and third rounds. It's only a matter of time before Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft become starters in Green Bay.
It leaves Deguara in a tough spot. He has struggled to get consistent snaps on offense in his first three seasons, playing a backup role behind Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan.
There's room for optimism. Deguara has shown a good connection with Jordan Love in the limited regular-season action they have played together. His biggest play in the NFL, a 62-yard touchdown catch against the Detroit Lions in 2021, came on a pass from Love.
And it was a beauty. Love hit Deguara on a screen, and the tight end showed off his yards-after-catch ability to run past Lions defenders en route to the end zone.
It's a huge season for Deguara. He enters a contract year and needs to show the Packers why he deserves a new deal. The Packers drafted two tight ends, but Deguara is the most experienced player at the position and has a role to play this season. He needs to make the most of his opportunities.