Green Bay Packers still have three unsigned free agents

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The majority of the Green Bay Packers' free agents this offseason have signed new deals, with many finding new teams.

Wide receivers Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb, defensive linemen Jarran Reed and Dean Lowry, tight end Robert Tonyan, and inside linebacker Krys Barnes all left in free agency.

The Packers re-signed cornerback/returner Keisean Nixon, safeties Rudy Ford and Dallin Leavitt, linebackers Justin Hollins and Eric Wilson, and tackle Yosh Nijman.

But which former Packers players are still free agents? Could any of them return?

Packers still have three remaining free agents in 2023

The Packers still have three unsigned free agents this offseason:

  • Adrian Amos, S
  • Mason Crosby, K
  • Marcedes Lewis, TE

Assuming they all want to keep playing in 2023, it shouldn't be long before they find new teams.

Adrian Amos is the best safety available in free agency. Any team needing help in the secondary should give him a call. Amos turned 30 this offseason but could still have several years ahead of him in the NFL. He is a reliable starting safety, and it's surprising he is still available.

Teams in need of a veteran kicker should have interest in Mason Crosby.

The Packers' decision to draft Anders Carlson probably slams the door on a Crosby reunion in Green Bay. But Crosby is still a reliable kicker and could help any team that needs help at the position. A reunion with Mike McCarthy with the Dallas Cowboys could make sense.

It would be fitting, as Crosby has hit several crucial kicks against the Cowboys over the years, including one that ended their season in 2016.

Marcedes Lewis to the New York Jets would make sense. ESPN's Dianna Russini reported in March that Lewis was on Rodgers's wish list for free agents he wanted the Jets to sign.

But, like with Crosby, a return to Green Bay seems unlikely.

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