4 Packers free agents who could be forced into retirement

Which Green Bay Packers free agents may not ever play in the NFL again?

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4. De'Vondre Campbell

Once again, De'Vondre Campbell is not currently a free agent for the Green Bay Packers, but he might soon be.

We've been seeing the Packers restructure a number of deals around their roster this offseason, including key veterans like Rashan Gary and Preston Smith. The fact that a player like De'Vondre Campbell hasn't been approached about a restructure at this point (at least as far as we know) is pretty telling.

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Campbell had a great run with the Packers as a former "reclamation project" type of free agent signing back in 2021 when he was named a first-team All-Pro. Ever since then, his availability and production have dipped. He played just 11 games last season for the Packers and frankly, this team might have better options available in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Campbell will be 31 next season, so he's not getting any younger. And the combination of age and recent injury history could end up being determining factors for Campbell landing any sort of deal with another NFL team.

If the Packers eventually let go of Campbell, he could be done in the NFL.

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