1. G Sean Rhyan
The last thing the Packers want to do is move on from another third-round pick. Two of Brian Gutekunst's recent third-round selections -- Jace Sternberger and Amari Rodgers -- were released way before the end of their rookie contracts.
Sean Rhyan has work to do to make the roster this year.
At training camp last summer, Rhyan rarely got opportunities with the first-team offense. He was then inactive for all but one game during the regular season. In the game he was active, Rhyan played a single special teams snap.
Suspension ruled Rhyan out of the final six games of the regular season.
With the Packers' depth across the offensive line along with Rhyan's disappointing rookie year, he needs to play well at training camp. There's still time for him to improve, make the roster, and become a contributor on offense.
However, Rhyan needs to make a fast start over the summer. Brian Gutekunst has shown he is willing to move on from draft picks, even if they were taken as early as the third round.
Rhyan doesn't need to become a starter in 2023, but he needs to show he can contribute. Starting at OTAs and continuing into training camp and the preseason, Rhyan has to improve in year two.