Projecting the Packers depth chart after 2023 NFL Draft

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Projections for the Green Bay Packers depth chart following the 2023 NFL Draft.

The Green Bay Packers' depth chart has been shaken up with new players added to the roster during the 2023 NFL Draft.

Green Bay added depth at wide receiver, tight end, and defensive tackle, areas that desperately needed reinforcements during the draft. It creates competition for roster spots and also starting positions.

Following the draft, here are our updated Packers depth chart projections.

Packers depth chart: Offensive skill positions

Quarterback: Jordan Love, Sean Clifford, Danny Etling

It's a new-look quarterback room in Green Bay. Jordan Love is the new QB1, and fifth-round pick Sean Clifford is the frontrunner to be Love's backup ahead of Danny Etling.

Running back: Aaron Jones, AJ Dillon, Patrick Taylor, Lew Nichols III

Aaron Jones returning ensures the Packers have continuity at running back. Green Bay drafted Lew Nichols III, who has the talent to land the RB3 job this summer. For now, though, it's Patrick Taylor's job to lose.

Wide receiver: Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs, Jayden Reed, Samori Toure, Dontayvion Wicks, Grant DuBose, Bo Melton

The Packers had their starters in place with Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs. Now they have added talented depth to the receiving corps. Second-round pick Jayden Reed will start in the slot, while Dontayvion Wicks is an exciting late-round pick. Samori Toure is another player to watch in his second season.

Tight end: Luke Musgrave, Tucker Kraft, Josiah Deguara, Tyler Davis

It's a rare situation for the Packers at tight end, as they drafted not one, but two instant starters. Luke Musgrave can be a superstar, while Tucker Kraft is a phenomenal athlete who should make an immediate impact in this offense.

Can Josiah Deguara carve out a role on offense? Tyler Davis will play most of his snaps on special teams.