Arizona's Jordan Morgan has ended any concerns about the ACL injury he suffered last season. He is already back to his best and should be on the Packers' radar in the 2024 NFL Draft.
Green Bay's offensive line has struggled in recent weeks. With David Bakhtiari done for the season, backup left tackle Rasheed Walker has made an up-and-down start, while second-year Zach Tom has put in two poor performances. The Packers need to upgrade the line in the offseason, and drafting a tackle in the early rounds is a good start.
Morgan could enter the first-round conversation if he continues to dominate.
"Morgan is extremely consistent from snap to snap. His footwork is terrific in pass protection, and I love his ease of movement and ability to bend," writes ESPN's Mel Kiper.
Drafting a tackle could solve two problems for the Packers. Not only would it help improve their tackle depth, but they could also move Zach Tom to center to replace Josh Myers. Tom can play at multiple positions along the line and has experience at center.
Strengthening the offensive line might sit at the top of the to-do list next April. Jordan Morgan can be part of the solution.