1. Tarvarius Moore
Tarvarius Moore was one of Green Bay's top free-agent additions in the spring, but he is part of a tough competition at safety.
Darnell Savage and Rudy Ford are the only roster locks at the position and could be the Packers' starting pair. Moore will compete with Jonathan Owens, Anthony Johnson, Dallin Leavitt, and Innis Gaines.
Like Moore, the Packers signed Owens in free agency. They drafted Johnson and re-signed Leavitt after he played a significant role on special teams last season.
As Andy Herman of the Pack-A-Day podcast pointed out, Gaines has spent some time playing in the slot. That's something to watch and could help his roster chances.
Moore could find himself in a tough position. Savage, Ford, and Owens could be the Packers' top three at safety, limiting Moore's snaps on defense. Leavitt is one of their best special teams players, which could cause Moore to fall down the depth chart. If they keep Johnson on the 53, there might not be much room left for Moore.
According to Over The Cap, Moore's cap hit is $990,000, and the Packers would pay only $50,000 in dead money if they moved on.
Safety is one of the Packers' top positional battles at training camp, and Moore needs to play well to secure a roster spot.