Jonah Williams, OT, Bengals
Another offensive line target who could play a variety of roles going forward is former first-round pick Jonah Williams, who might finally be getting out of Cincinnati this offseason. However, maybe he should be careful what he wishes for.
Williams was a left tackle at Alabama but didn't exactly thrive in that role for the Bengals. He has been playing the right tackle spot and potentially increasing his value a bit on that side of the line, and the Bengals have been pretty publicly complimentary of him.
Again, I would view this as a situation where the Packers would need to be in the market for a starter to consider it, but you never know.
Dalton Risner, OG, Vikings
Dalton Risner has turned out to be a pretty solid signing for the Minnesota Vikings, and if he doesn't get re-signed by them, I think he's going to have rehabbed his value enough to get a decent contract offer in 2024 from someone else.
And why not the Packers?
Although Dalton Risner has primarily played the left guard position, he can line up at every position on the line, dating back to his days at Kansas State. Versatility is the name of the game in today's NFL, and the Packers might view Risner as a potential starter at guard going forward. The former second-round pick has been on a bit of a comeback trail and hasn't given up a sack for the Vikings since he got into the starting lineup.