Jason Wilde breaks down the Green Bay Packers' roster by position in a nine-part series, looking at the team's depth, competitions for playing time and which players to watch out for this season.
Note: This series was prepared before the start of training camp.
How much of last season’s below-standard numbers were related to Aaron Rodgers' injury, his largely inexperienced receiver group or the quarterback-playcaller relationship going stale is hard to say.
New coach Matt LaFleur hopes to take advantage of Aaron Jones' talents and lighten the burden on quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers go to training camp with Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Jake Kumerow listed behind Adams on the depth chart.
Last year, in his first season in Green Bay, Graham caught 55 passes for 636 yards but managed only two touchdown catches.
Adam Stenavich, 36, takes over as coach of a starting unit that has a combined 408 games and 325 starts (including playoffs) of experience.
As the "quarterback'' of the Packers' defense, the expectation is for Martinez to continue keeping the unit organized while also making more plays himself.
The Packers' cornerback group includes young potential stars Jaire Alexander and Kevin King, and ageless veteran Tramon Williams.
Davis finished in the top 10 in the NFL in both punt return average and kickoff return average in 2017 but missed most of last year with a hamstring injury.
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