4 bargain free agents Packers should target to fix biggest needs

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When Rich Bisaccia became the Packers' special teams coordinator, he brought some of his guys with him, including Keisean Nixon and Dallin Leavitt. New defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley could do the same, and Los Angeles Rams safety Jordan Fuller may sit near the top of the list.

Fuller played under Hafley at Ohio State and had high praise for the Packers' new defensive play-caller.

"I think his superpower is his mind and how he sees the game and how he understands the game," Fuller told The Athletic's Matt Schneidman. "His in-game adjustments and him having us ready for certain looks that offenses would give us and stuff like that, it really felt like he gave us a winning edge."

The Rams selected Fuller in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, where he has started 46 games and become an important player in the secondary.

Fuller is coming off his best season in the NFL. He started all 17 games for Los Angeles, defending eight passes and intercepting three. He's only 25 years old and could provide solid play in the defensive backfield for several years in Green Bay.

Fuller would be an affordable free-agent addition for the Packers, and his experience working under Hafley makes him a great fit.