Packers mock draft: Predicting free agency signings, draft picks, roster cuts

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Predicting Packers free agency signings

CB Kendall Fuller (Three years, $40 million)

The Packers have more salary cap flexibility than a year ago, potentially allowing them to make one significant move in free agency. Veteran cornerback Kendall Fuller would address an area of need. Green Bay needs help at outside and slot corner this offseason—Fuller has experience in both roles.

Fuller could start on the outside opposite Jaire Alexander. Over the past four seasons, he has defended 49 passes with 10 interceptions, including two pick-sixes. The former third-round pick would give the Packers a talented starter with the ability to play at multiple spots in the secondary.

S Jordan Fuller (Two years, $9 million)

We named Jordan Fuller one of our bargain free agency targets for the Packers this offseason. Fuller is an experienced starter and has played under new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley. With Darnell Savage and Jonathan Owens gone, Green Bay would need to use free agency and the draft to restock the safety depth chart.

Fuller would be an ideal fit in Hafley's defense. He started 17 games for the Los Angeles Rams last season, intercepting three passes and defending eight.

LB Blake Cashman (Two years, $8 million)

Another affordable move Green Bay could make is to sign linebacker Blake Cashman. He can play on all three downs against the run and pass. Cashman would strengthen the Packers' linebacker depth following De'Vondre Campbell's departure, giving them another starter alongside Quay Walker.