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The Green Bay Packers have been making significant moves this offseason, indicating a new direction for the team. After the 2024 NFL Draft, the team’s roster has taken shape, suggesting that several veteran players may not be in the Packers’ future plans.


The Packers’ offseason has already seen some prominent players let go. David Bakhtiari, a former All-Pro left tackle, was cut after a distinguished career with the team. Aaron Jones, one of the best running backs in Packers history, and De’Vondre Campbell, a former All-Pro linebacker, also faced the same fate. These high-profile departures suggest a significant shift in the team’s strategy and an opportunity for new talent to emerge.

As the Packers move forward, the question remains: which other veterans might be at risk following the 2024 NFL Draft? Keep an eye on the roster as training camp approaches, as the team’s management looks to build for the future.

With the 2024 NFL Draft now behind us, which Packers veterans could be on their way to getting cut this offseason?

1. Royce Newman, OL

It’s only a matter of time before the Packers cut ties with Royce Newman, right?

The cries of the fan base were heard when it came to former defensive coordinator Joe Barry. Now, it’s time for general manager Brian Gutekunst and head coach Matt LaFleur to realize that it’s time to move on from Royce Newman.

Green Bay invested a lot in the offensive line in the 2024 NFL Draft. Newman wasn’t exactly factoring into the starting rotation (although, maybe at right guard) but it’s clear that they are moving forward without him in the plans. The Packers would be better off with Sean Rhyan starting at right guard and all of the young guys behind him on the depth chart.

Newman has experience, so he should land on his feet, but his time in Green Bay has run its course.

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