Will re-sign: AJ Dillon
Both Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon face uncertain futures in Green Bay. The Packers will likely need to add a running back in the draft, but they may prefer to keep one of their veterans. Jones's contract complicates things, as his cap hit rises above $17 million in 2024. He may need to take another pay cut to make a return to Green Bay realistic.
Dillon would be a more affordable option. The Packers may be able to sign him to a short-term, team-friendly contract.
Jones has missed six games through injury this season, and Dillon has stepped up in his absence. He has run hard and with power, regularly keeping the Packers ahead of the chains. Dillon struggled early in the season, and the offensive line's run-blocking was also a mess, but he has improved as the year has gone on.
The Packers likely won't want to spend big money at the running back position, which probably rules them out of any significant free-agent signings. Jones's contract is also a problem.
Re-signing Dillon to a one-year deal would make a lot of sense. The Packers could then draft a running back on Day 2 or 3. With Dillon, a rookie, and Emanuel Wilson, Green Bay would be set at running back entering 2024.