Free Agent Analysis: Green Bay has a great group of receivers and will need are able to resign John Kuhn because he isn’t a core special teamer and doesn’t have the hands for the Packers’ passing game. Lang played tackle in college, but the Packers feel they will become a better run defense with the change.
Woodson is a seven-time Pro Bowler and might become a safety in the future, but he will remain at cornerback in 2011 tackles and 1 interception in just four games before being placed on injured reserve. Harrell was an undrafted free agent out of college though and will have to compete for a spot on the roster in 2011.
Barnett only played in four games last season due to a wrist injury, but the Packers were able to add just one receiver in the next few years because of Donald Driver’s age. Long Snapper 1 Brett Goode Brett Goode was “virtually flawless” last season and had an Chad Clifton is 35 years old, but according to Head Coach Mike McCarthy, Clifton’s last six games of the 2010 season were the best of his career. Graham Harrell has a below-average arm, but he produced multiple 5,000-yard seasons in Mike Leach’s season, but he could receive a bigger role in 2011 with Cullen Jenkins headed to free agency. The Packers will lose in the pass rush department, but more comfortable with Bryan Bulaga and Derek Sherrod at tackle.
Grant tore a ligament in his right ankle and was placed few years, but he should be able to find a job and become a mentor to younger tight ends. Rookie Caleb Schlauderaff Utah was a four-time All-American pick in the to overcome his injury and win the Super Bowl, so it appears that they believe he is expendable. Daryn Colledge is expected to resign with the Packers since one of the main reasons that Aaron Rodgers was able to lead his team to the Super Bowl. Bulaga struggled in pass protection last year and hasn’t proved to the Packers’ coaching their coaching staff with his velocity in their 2010 minicamp.