Packers 53-man roster predictions with depth chart after 2024 minicamp

The Packers have big decisions to make.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love
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The Green Bay Packers focused on improving their depth during the 2024 NFL Draft, leading to big decisions in the months ahead.

Positional battles will resume and increase in intensity when the team returns for training camp next month, but the offseason workout program gave us a clue about how the 53-man roster could look. General manager Brian Gutekunst must figure out who to keep, who to let go, and who he believes he can release and bring back to the practice squad.

Training camp and the preseason will help determine which players on the roster bubble make the 53 and who misses out, but that process began during OTAs and minicamp.

With the offseason program now in the books, it's time to update our 53-man roster predictions.

Predicting the Packers' 53-man roster after minicamp


  1. Jordan Love
  2. Michael Pratt

Sean Clifford has a year of experience in Matt LaFleur's offense but struggled at minicamp. Rookie Michael Pratt impressed throughout the offseason program and may have taken the early advantage in the competition for the No. 2 job. The Packers could keep three quarterbacks, but if they don't have room, Pratt may make the roster ahead of Clifford.

Running back

  1. Josh Jacobs
  2. MarShawn Lloyd
  3. AJ Dillon

Second-year Emanuel Wilson has work to do to overtake AJ Dillon on the depth chart. Josh Jacobs and MarShawn Lloyd are roster locks, and Dillon is the frontrunner for the third spot. Will Green Bay consider keeping four running backs?

Wide receiver

  1. Christian Watson
  2. Romeo Doubs
  3. Jayden Reed
  4. Dontayvion Wicks
  5. Bo Melton

Training camp hasn't even started yet, but the top five at wide receiver are likely set. The top four are roster locks, and Bo Melton is on track to make the 53. Samori Toure, Malik Heath, and Grant DuBose are all competing for a roster spot. If one of them steps up at training camp, the Packers may need to make room for a sixth receiver.

Tight end

  1. Luke Musgrave
  2. Tucker Kraft
  3. Ben Sims
  4. Tyler Davis

The only question at tight end is how many the Packers keep. Tyler Davis is returning from injury and could make the roster as the No. 4.

Offensive line

  1. Rasheed Walker (LT)
  2. Elgton Jenkins (LG)
  3. Josh Myers (C)
  4. Sean Rhyan (RG)
  5. Zach Tom (RT)
  6. Jordan Morgan
  7. Jacob Monk
  8. Travis Glover
  9. Caleb Jones
  10. Donovan Jennings

The Packers have good depth along the offensive line but must figure out their "best five." First-round pick Jordan Morgan struggled for consistency at minicamp and may begin his NFL career as a backup, but he is getting valuable reps at four positions along the line. The right guard job is wide open, but Sean Rhyan is the frontrunner.

Interior defensive line

  1. Kenny Clark
  2. Devonte Wyatt
  3. Karl Brooks
  4. T.J. Slaton
  5. Colby Wooden

This is one of the most settled positions on the Packers' roster. With plenty of talent and depth, Green Bay is set along the defensive line.

Edge rusher

  1. Rashan Gary
  2. Preston Smith
  3. Lukas Van Ness
  4. Kingsley Enagbare
  5. Brenton Cox Jr.

It's a similar story at edge rusher. Rashan Gary and Preston Smith remain the starters on the edge, but the Packers hope to see Lukas Van Ness make a second-year jump.


  1. Quay Walker
  2. Edgerrin Cooper
  3. Isaiah McDuffie
  4. Ty'Ron Hopper
  5. Eric Wilson

The biggest question here is whether the Packers can find room for Kristian Welch, who plays a lot of special teams snaps. Quay Walker and Edgerrin Cooper will start, while Isaiah McDuffie played under Hafley in college. Ty'Ron Hopper was a Day 2 draft pick and Eric Wilson is a key special teams player.


  1. Jaire Alexander
  2. Carrington Valentine
  3. Keisean Nixon
  4. Eric Stokes
  5. Corey Ballentine
  6. Kalen King

The Packers bring back a similar cornerback room to last year. They hope Jaire Alexander and Eric Stokes can stay healthy. Rookie Kalen King has shown potential in the slot and will have a chance to make the 53 if he can continue to impress at training camp.


  1. Xavier McKinney
  2. Javon Bullard
  3. Anthony Johnson Jr.
  4. Evan Williams
  5. Kitan Oladapo

It's a completely new-look safety room in Green Bay. Second-year Anthony Johnson Jr. is the only returning player to make this projected 53-man roster. The Packers invested in the secondary this offseason, spending big to sign Xavier McKinney before drafting three safeties, including Javon Bullard in the second round.


  1. Anders Carlson
  2. Daniel Whelan
  3. Matt Orzech

There is a three-way competition at kicker, but Anders Carlson appears to be the frontrunner after minicamp. There's a long way to go, but Carlson has the edge (for now).

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