1. Jonathan Garvin
The Packers' edge rusher depth is the best they have had for several years, especially once Rashan Gary is back from injury.
Gary is the Packers' star pass rusher, and he is supported by reliable starter Preston Smith. The Packers have since added first-round pick Lukas Van Ness. Kingsley Enagbare showed promise in his rookie season, while Justin Hollins impressed enough in only six games last year to land a new deal.
Assuming Gary is ready to go for Week 1, there are at least five edge rushers ahead of Jonathan Garvin. That number could rise to six if undrafted rookie Brenton Cox Jr. builds on a solid offseason.
Garvin has had opportunities, having played in 38 games with one start for the Packers across three seasons. But he hasn't made the most of his playing time, with just 1.5 sacks, all coming in 2021. In the 14 games he played last season, Garvin had no sacks with two quarterback hits.
Green Bay's improved pass-rush depth makes it far less likely that Garvin will make the 53-man roster. He will need to put in consistent performances throughout training camp to have a chance of making the roster in late August.