Tight end (4)
Luke Musgrave, Tucker Kraft, Josiah Deguara, Tyler Davis
The Packers moved on from veteran starters Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan, replacing them with rookies Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft.
Musgrave and Kraft are exciting prospects. They both offer great size and athleticism. Musgrave's pass-catching ability is something the Packers have lacked for years, while Kraft can be used in a variety of roles and should get significant snaps early.
Offensive line (9)
David Bakhtiari, Elgton Jenkins, Josh Myers, Jon Runyan, Yosh Nijman, Zach Tom, Royce Newman, Jake Hanson, Rasheed Walker
Green Bay didn't make many significant changes along the offensive line this offseason. The team brought back Yosh Nijman, who will compete for the starting right tackle job.
Where Zach Tom plays will be among the top training camp storylines. Tom proved he should be a starter in his rookie year. Will he start at right tackle? Guard? Tom spent time at center at Wake Forest. He can do it all, and finding his best position will be on Matt LaFleur's to-do list this summer.
The Packers will hope some of the young offensive linemen on the roster take a step up this year, or they made need to turn to free agency for depth.