5 players who are definitely entering their last year with Packers

Which players are definitely entering their final year in Green Bay?
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4. Jaire Alexander, cornerback

It would be a little shocking to see the Packers move on from both Eric Stokes and Jaire Alexander in one offseason, but I guess you never know. Maybe they move on from one guy and not the other, but the possibility of moving on from Jaire Alexander needs to be discussed.

Alexander was given a team-imposed suspension last year and you could sense some growing friction between he and the organization (obviously) before that. Next year, he's slated to count over $25 million against the salary cap with a potential of $17.5 million in cap savings if the Packers make him a post-June 1 release.

It's possible we see wholesale changes at the cornerback position next offseason but I would feel a lot more confident about Alexander being cut or traded if the Packers had found someone -- anyone -- in the 2024 NFL Draft (at least, someone in the first couple of days).

5. Josh Myers, center

We saw the Packers move on from Jon Runyan Jr. this past offseason, and with the market expected to stay hot for interior offensive linemen, you can't help but wonder if Josh Myers could be the next to go.

Green Bay is understandably supremely confident in their ability to draft and develop offensive line talent. They could utilize 2024 fifth-round pick Jacob Monk in this role going forward, or perhaps we could simply see them reload with a rookie. If Myers is commanding north of $10 million per season on the open market, I wouldn't be shocked if the Packers passed on trying to re-sign him just like they did with Runyan in 2024.

As great as it would be to have continuity at all five spots on the offensive line, the Packers might have the chance to actually upgrade this spot and get cheaper/younger in the 2025 offseason.

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