Running back: TreVeyon Henderson
It will be fascinating to see how the Packers handle the uncertainty at running back. Aaron Jones is a cut candidate. He turns 29 next month, has missed a lot of time this season, and has a cap hit of a little over $17 million in 2024. AJ Dillon is a free agent. Will Green Bay bring either player back?
The Packers may hit the reset button at running back, making the position a priority in the draft. A name to watch is Ohio State's TreVeyon Henderson.
Henderson is arguably the best running back in next year's draft class. He has 1,004 scrimmage yards and 10 touchdowns in only eight games, averaging 6.7 yards per carry. He can do a bit of everything and would be a great fit in Matt LaFleur's offense.
Tight end: Luke Musgrave
Hopefully, Luke Musgrave doesn't miss too much time and can return this season. Even if his rookie year is over, Musgrave has shown he can become a difference-maker in this offense.
Musgrave caught 33 passes for 341 yards and a touchdown in the 10 games he played. LaFleur had just started getting Musgrave more opportunities in the middle of the field. The rookie had 115 yards and a touchdown in the final two games before the injury.
Even if he doesn't play again in 2023, Musgrave has a big future in Green Bay.