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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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David Bakhtiari’s run as the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history didn’t last long.

On Tuesday night, Trent Williams re-signed with the San Francisco 49ers on a deal worth $23,010,000 per year, just passing Bakhtiari’s Green Bay Packers Jerseys China deal with the Green Bay Packers worth $23,000,000 per year in new money.

Williams’ deal is for $138.06 million over six years, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Bakhtiari’s contract –signed in late November – was $92 million over four years.

The difference in value per year is just $10,000.

Don’t think the Packers offensive tackle didn’t notice:

@TrentW71 you petty AF 😂😂😂. Congrats on the deal and history Silverback. Very deserving. Excited to see you continue to do 🦍 things.

— David Bakhtiari (@DavidBakhtiari) March 17, 2021

Without a doubt, Williams used Bakhtiari’s record-setting contract as a guide to his own new deal with the 49ers.

Williams might be 32 years old, but he was going to be a highly-coveted an unrestricted free agent, increasing his leverage in negotiations with the 49ers, while Bakhtiari re-signed with the Packers during the season, before his contract expired.

Bakhtiari, a five-time All-Pro and a first-team All-Pro in 2020, is recovering from an ACL injury suffered before Week 17 last season. The Packers are happy with his recovery so far, but the 29-year-old could miss the start of the 2021 season.

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The Green Bay Packers placed a second-round tender on tight end Robert Tonyan yesterday. Tonyan burst onto the scene in 2020, tying Travis Kelce for a league-leading 11 touchdowns by a tight end. Obviously, the Packers would love to have Tonyan back in the mix in 2021 and moving forward, but they also find themselves Wholesale Green Bay Packers Jerseys up against the cap. Tonyan was a restricted free agent, allowing the Packers to place the second-round tender on him, assuring that even if he ends up somewhere else, Green Bay will get a return.

Tonyan was given ample opportunity in 2020, in large part due to the injuries of Jace Sternberger and Josiah Deguara. What he did with the extra workload had to be a pleasant surprise. He finished the year with 52 catches on 59 targets for 586 yards. It was a sight for sore eyes; the Packers have long been trying to find a permanent fixture at tight end after free-agent signings like Jimmy Graham and Martellus Bennett didn’t pan out. Tonyan became a mainstay in Matt LaFleur’s offense and Aaron Rodgers developed trust with the sure-handed pass-catcher as the season went along.

Because Tonyan was a restricted free agent, any team can offer Tonyan a contract but the Packers will get an opportunity to match it. By placing a second-round tender on him, if someone offers Tonyan a contract and the Packers don’t want to match it, they will get that team’s second round pick.

You may think that offering Tonyan a hefty contract and having to give up a second-round pick on top of it is not much of a bargain. But it’s difficult for other teams to determine what type of contract Tonyan would sign that the Packers would also pass on.

Tonyan’s upside is obvious. He’s 26 years old, coming off a very solid season where he proved he can run-block and has very reliable hands. He’s a good route runner for his position and he brings a little edge to the field with him. But there is some concern that last year was an anomaly. Tonyan could be a product of the system in Green Bay. Maybe a lot of tight ends could be plugged in and replicate the numbers he had. While we obviously don’t know for sure one way or another, what can’t be shrugged off is the athleticism and pure talent Tonyan put on display every Sunday.

Tendering Tonyan sets up a win-win scenario for the Packers. If someone else offers Tonyan a lucrative deal, Green Bay has the right to match it or let the tight end walk and receive a second-round pick. It’s a fairly lofty return given how coveted draft picks are in the NFL today.

Many fans wanted Tonyan back, and it’s hard to blame them. He was a spark plug in an offense that needs to keep surrounding Rodgers with options. If Tonyan goes elsewhere, the Packers get the pick, but there’s no guarantee they would use said pick to draft a tight end or another weapon for the offense.

Green Bay came so close last year, tripping up in Lambeau Field in the NFC Championship. Their best bet may be to run it back with as much of last year’s cast as possible while trying to supplement some of the glaring needs elsewhere. Rodgers has familiarity with Tonyan, and there is a growing relationship between them. We’ve learned throughout Rodgers’ tenure under center that it takes time for him to gain trust in his pass catchers. It’s harder to start from scratch.

There’s a chance nobody offers Tonyan a contract. The price tag and the pick may be too much for anyone to flirt with, and Packer fans would love to see him stick around for a long time. But what Green bay did yesterday was expected and provides them insurance in case things head in the other direction.