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Safety: Jordan Fuller

In 2019, the Packers signed pass rushers Preston and Za'Darius Smith in free agency. Perhaps they could bring in defensive backs Kendall and Jordan Fuller in 2024.

Like cornerback, safety is a top priority for the Packers this offseason. They struggled in the first season without Adrian Amos, and now Jonathan Owens, Darnell Savage, and Rudy Ford are free agents. Green Bay may use free agency and the draft to find replacements, and Fuller would make a lot of sense.

Fuller already has a connection with Packers defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley, having been part of his Ohio State defense. Fuller understands the system and would be a good fit, and he could also help the other players adjust to the new scheme.

Fuller is a quality starting safety who was an important part of the Los Angeles Rams' defense. He is coming off an excellent season, having made 94 tackles, eight pass defenses, three interceptions, and three forced fumbles.

Green Bay could double down by drafting one of the top safety prospects in the class. A combination of Fuller and either Minnesota's Tyler Nubin or Miami's Kamren Kinchens would take the Packers' secondary to another level in 2024. It won't be surprising if Green Bay is interested in Fuller.

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