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Patrick from Gulf Breeze, FL

I love being the dumbest butt.

So glad to be back. That was a departure-day setup if I’ve ever seen one.

Craig from Johnson City, TN

Welcome back, Mike. Hope your time off with the family was special. I think the Pack should sit down with Aaron Rodgers and see how long he wants to play and then extend his contract accordingly. They will need to restructure his contract anyway to get under the cap. Also, Za’Darius Smithcould be extended and deservedly so. Would hate to lose Aaron Jones but think the OL is more important so sign Corey Linsley if possible. Anyway, in Gute we trust.

No one said any of this was going to be easy. With March now here and very little out there in the way of contract talks, I’m starting to think – unless a franchise tag is used, which remains a possibility – any of their own front-line free agents the Packers retain might not be secured until the two-day negotiating window opens and the bell to leave is about to ring. It’s not the most comfortable way, mind you, but it worked out successfully several years ago with both Bryan Bulaga and Randall Cobb.

Bryan from Madison, WI

I know the amount we have spoken about this on II is nauseating, but I for one hope we DO NOT sign J.J. In a year where the cap has been lowered and we need to make difficult decisions regarding our home grown talent in their prime (Linsley, Jones) just to get under the cap, why on earth would you spend big bucks on an older free agent at a position of relative strength on our roster! Nothing about the idea makes sense to me. Sorry to bring this up. Not every Packer fan is gaga for J.J.

Wait a minute, so this J.J. Watt thing still isn’t resolved, after I dealt with it every day for a week and then took a week off? I’m blaming Wes.

John from Livermore, CA

What is your prediction for the Packers’ first draft pick? Trade up, trade down or make the pick (and who do you think that is?)

Gutekunst has possessed four first-round picks in his three drafts as GM, and he has picked at the original spot only once in those four instances. So, while he very well may sit and pick at 29, the track record suggests otherwise.

Jason from Vernon Hills, IL

Should the Packers focus more on defensive or offensive needs in free agency?

They should focus on players at positions of need who fit the scheme, the locker room, and the cap.

Jim from Edgerton, WI

Are teams limited in the number of virtual visits similar to the actual visit limitations that were previously in place?

Not that I know of. The limitations spelled out Stitched Green Bay Packers Jerseys in the league memo regarding the pre-draft process are that no club can send more than three representatives to any school’s pro day (where in-person contact is allowed with PPE and social distancing followed), virtual meetings/interviews cannot last longer than one hour, and no team can meet virtually with a single player more than five times.

Douglas from Bloomington, IL

What is your realistic offensive line for next year? I think from left to right: Billy Turner, Jon Runyan, Lucas Patrick, Lane Taylor, Elgton Jenkins. Then when David Bakhtiari comes back put Jenkins back at LG and Turner to RT.

There are all kinds of potential scenarios floating around right now, but I want to see what the Packers do in the draft first. If they draft an offensive lineman in the first or second round, I would expect that rookie to compete for a starting job.

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Ron from Waukesha, WI

Looking at the Packers 2021 salary cap numbers I see that Aaron Rodgers is paid one-fifth of the team’s total cap number. One-fifth! There’s 52 other players on the roster that need to get paid too. MVP or no MVP, how can the team field a competitive team when one player commands so much of the cap?

Try winning in this league with a quarterback on a second contract who doesn’t command top dollar and get back to me.

Paul from St. Paul, MN

Hello Mike, I was wondering if you could clear something up for me. I understand that a pass defensed is when a defensive player knocks the ball incomplete without an offensive player coming in contact with said pass. How about when a receiver catches the ball, but a defensive player knocks the ball out of the receiver’s hand and falls incomplete? Is this a pass defensed or is it just an incomplete pass? Thanks.

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GREEN BAY – When it comes to Xs and Os, there aren’t many parallels to be drawn between Elgton Jenkins and Adrian Amos.

Their positions could not be any more dissimilar with the 6-foot-5, 313-pound Jenkins starring at guard for the Packers, while the 6-foot, 214-pound Amos patrols the backend of Green Bay’s secondary.

However, both typify two of the most valuable traits in today’s NFL – versatility and availability. Jenkins and Amos not only led the team Wholesale Green Bay Packers Jerseys in playing time on their respective side of the ball in 2020, but also did so while juggling multiple positions due to injury.

Jenkins, a second-round pick in 2019, was the Packers’ only offensive lineman to start all 18 games (including playoffs). His versatility was put to the test, as Green Bay leaned on Jenkins to play meaningful snaps at four of the five O-line spots in 2020.

Jenkins made three spots starts at center for an injured Corey Linsley, one at right tackle for a banged-up Billy Turner and finished at left tackle during Green Bay’s Week 9 matchup with San Francisco with David Bakhtiari and Rick Wagner both out.

However, a bulk of his 1,183 offensive snaps came at left guard, where Jenkins became the Packers’ first offensive lineman to earn a Pro Bowl selection during his first two seasons. The only two snaps he missed all season came on a pair of kneel downs at the end of a dominant 35-20 road win over Houston in Week 7.

“It just speaks to what a talented player he is,” said offensive line coach Adam Stenavich in December. “It’s cool that people have taken notice because you see it every day working with the guy and you know what kind of work ethic he has and how special of a player he is, so I think it’s cool when you see that come to fruition and other people take notice of that and vote him into the Pro Bowl.”

Amos led the Packers in defensive snaps played for the second consecutive year. While durability was big factor in Green Bay pursuing the veteran safety as a free agent in 2019, Amos has proven to be one of the defense’s most versatile playmakers.

After hybrid safety Raven Greene was lost for the season due to a shoulder injury in Week 13 against Philadelphia, Amos quickly threw his name in the hat to replace Greene near the line of scrimmage during the Packers’ playoff push.

Amos wound up playing some of his best football in a Packers uniform in that role, recording 36 tackles (28 solo), seven passes defensed, two interceptions and a sack over the final six games of the season (including playoffs).

Amos led the Packers in both tackles (83) and solo tackles (66), while matching or establishing new career-highs in passes defensed (nine), quarterback hits (three) and sacks (two) during his 16 regular-season starts.

“He’s a really smart player,” said Head Coach Matt LaFleur in December. “He has a great understanding of what’s going on. His versatility was really showcased (late in the season), just being able to move inside the box or go back at safety and play his responsibility and play it at a high level.”

Overall, the Packers deployed 71 players on offense and defense en route to a 13-3 regular season that earned Green Bay the top seed in the NFC playoffs for the first time since 2011.

What’s more, the Packers had eight ironmen who played at least 80% of the snaps on their respective side of the ball: Jenkins (1,183), quarterback Aaron Rodgers (1,163), Amos (1,126), guard Lucas Patrick (1,085), guard/tackle Billy Turner (1,030), cornerback Jaire Alexander (1,018), safety Darnell Savage (994) and outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith (950).

Here’s a full look at how the final snap totals from the 2020 Packers season (including postseason):

Total offensive snaps (1,185)

Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers (1,163), Tim Boyle (22).

Running back: Aaron Jones (608), Jamaal Williams (481), Tyler Ervin (142), AJ Dillon (122), Dexter Williams (7).

Receiver: Davante Adams (905), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (875), Allen Lazard (582), Equanimeous St. Brown (245), Malik Taylor (166), Darrius Shepherd (139), Tavon Austin (31), Juwann Winfree (8), Reggie Begelton (2).

Tight end: Robert Tonyan (733), Marcedes Lewis (489), Jace Sternberger (202), Dominique Dafney (107), John Lovett (45), Josiah Deguara (31).

Offensive line: Elgton Jenkins (1,183), Lucas Patrick (1,085), Billy Turner (1,030), Corey Linsley (880), David Bakhtiari (758), Rick Wagner (756), Jon Runyan (160), Lane Taylor (63), Yosh Nijman (14), Ben Braden (4).

Total defensive snaps (1,145)

Defensive line: Kenny Clark (701), Dean Lowry (697), Kingsley Keke (414), Tyler Lancaster (384), Montravius Adams (130), Billy Winn (41), Damon Harrison (32), Brian Price (17), Anthony Rush (1).

Outside linebacker: Za’Darius Smith (950), Preston Smith (905), Rashan Gary (532), Oren Burks (96), Jonathan Garvin (85), Randy Ramsey (75), Tipa Galeai (9).

Inside linebacker: Christian Kirksey (591), Krys Barnes (506), Kamal Martin (208), Ty Summers (204).

Cornerback: Jaire Alexander (1,018), Chandon Sullivan (826), Kevin King (780), Josh Jackson (331), Ka’dar Hollman (108), Stanford Samuels (13).

Safety: Adrian Amos (1,126), Darnell Savage (994), Will Redmond (372), Raven Greene (324), Vernon Scott (89), Henry Black (27).

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It’s been a rough two years for Green Bay Packers‘ tight end Jace Sternberger. After being selected in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft, he hasn’t been able to find his way on the field and has been Stitched Green Bay Packers Jerseys a disappointment. Could he be at risk of being cut?

His NFL career has been plagued by injuries so far and it’s gotten off to a rocky start. He began his rookie season on the PUP list and only appeared in six games in 2019, failing to even haul in a reception in the regular season. He did have a strong postseason by his standards, prompting many analysts to believe he was going to be the full-time starter in 2020.

Unfortunately, Sternberger was unable to capitalize on a wide-open position that lost Jimmy Graham last offseason. He began the year getting a lot of reps with the starters, but that didn’t last. He failed to produce, struggling to both block and catch passes. When he was healthy enough to play following a concussion that costs him three games, he found himself inactive down the stretch and in the playoffs. Instead, Green Bay elected to play Dominique Dafney–a blocking specialist.

The Athletic’s Matt Schneidman recently made a bold prediction that the Green Bay Packers could cut Jace Sternberger. Is that really a possibility?
In a recent article by The Athletic’s Matt Schneidman, he made 10 bold predictions about what the Packers’ offseason could hold. One of those predictions included the Packers releasing Sternberger, among a couple of other former high picks.

Robert Tonyan emerged as the Packers’ go-to tight end last season, and they’re also returning a plethora of other players at the position including veteran Marcedes Lewis, Dafney, and Josiah Deguara. It’s unclear where Sternberger fits on the depth chart.

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If the Packers do cut Sternberger, it won’t be a financial move despite them being over the salary cap at this point. Such a move would cost them about $500,000 in dead money and would only shed a hair over $628,000 from their cap.

It will be interesting to see what the Packers decide to do with Sternberger and a number of their other players. There are a lot of moves that lie ahead.