Green Bay Packers Roster 2019 Packers Roster

10-3, 1st NFC North

vs CHI

6:00 pm GMT, 12/15

While the season started promising and the Packers were among those people considered for a playoff spot. Instead, the 2018 Green Bay Packers were one of the major disappointments of the year as they went 6-9-1 and missed out on the playoffs altogether. They made massive changes on both sides of the ball with franchise favorites headed out the door and young players stepping into bigger roles. For Rodgers, the only experienced targets will be Devante Adams and Jimmy Graham while the running game will once again be a committee. 

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers A. Rodgers 12
88
#7 QB 1 6'2" 225 36 12/2/83 15 2005 1 24 California
QB Tim Boyle Tim Boyle T. Boyle 8
69
#69 QB 2 6'3" 205 25 10/3/94 2 2018
QB Manny Wilkins Manny Wilkins M. Wilkins 18
75
#41 QB 3 6'1" 202 24 11/5/95 0 2019 Arizona State
RB Aaron Jones Aaron Jones A. Jones 33
81
#30 RB 1 5'10" 205 25 12/2/94 3 2017 5 182 UTEP
RB Jamaal Williams Jamaal Williams J. Williams 30
77
#43 RB 2 6'0" 211 24 4/3/95 3 2017 4 134 BYU
RB Tyler Ervin Tyler Ervin T. Ervin 32
62
#122 RB 4 5'10" 192 26 10/7/93 4 2016 4 119 San Jose State
RB Dexter Williams Dexter Williams D. Williams 22
71
#116 RB 5 5'11" 212 22 1/6/97 0 2019 6 194 Notre Dame
RB Damarea Crockett Damarea Crockett D. Crockett 34
75
#90 RB 7 5'11" 225 21 12/22/97 0 2019 Missouri
OT Bryan Bulaga Bryan Bulaga B. Bulaga 75
86
#11 OT 1 6'5" 314 30 3/21/89 10 2010 1 23 Iowa
OT David Bakhtiari David Bakhtiari D. Bakhtiari 69
96
#1 OT 1 6'4" 300 28 9/30/91 7 2013 4 109 Colorado
OT Jared Veldheer Jared Veldheer J. Veldheer 68
86
#52 OT 2 6'6" 315 32 6/14/87 10 2010 3 69 Hillsdale - MI
OT Alex Light Alex Light A. Light 70
67
#117 OT 2 6'5" 311 23 5/2/96 2 2018
OT Yosuah Nijman Yosuah Nijman Y. Nijman 73
76
#53 OT 3 6'7" 324 23 2/2/96 0 2019 Virginia Tech
OT Cody Conway Cody Conway C. Conway 64
6'6" 295 23 7/9/96 0 2019 Syracuse
ILB Blake Martinez Blake Martinez B. Martinez 50
76
#30 ILB 1 6'2" 237 25 1/9/94 4 2016 4 131 Stanford
ILB BJ Goodson BJ Goodson B. Goodson 93
68
#88 ILB 1 6'1" 242 26 5/29/93 4 2016 4 109 Clemson
ILB Oren Burks Oren Burks O. Burks 42
68
#87 ILB 2 6'3" 233 24 3/21/95 2 2018 3 88 Vanderbilt
ILB Ty Summers Ty Summers T. Summers 44
71
#69 ILB 2 6'1" 241 23 12/31/95 0 2019 7 226 TCU
OLB Preston Smith Preston Smith P. Smith 91
79
#27 OLB 1 6'5" 271 24 8/22/95 5 2015 2 38 Mississippi State
OLB Za'Darius Smith Za'Darius Smith Z. Smith 55
82
#15 OLB 1 6'4" 274 27 9/8/92 5 2015 4 122 Kentucky
OLB Kyler Fackrell Kyler Fackrell K. Fackrell 51
76
#50 OLB 2 6'5" 245 28 11/25/91 4 2016 3 88 Utah State
OLB Rashan Gary Rashan Gary R. Gary 52
71
#96 OLB 2 6'4" 277 22 12/3/97 0 2019 1 12 Michigan
OLB Tim Williams Tim Williams T. Williams 53
73
#75 OLB 6'3" 244 26 11/12/93 3 2017 3 78 Alabama
OLB James Folston Jr. James Folston Jr. J. Folston Jr. 49
73
#73 OLB 6'3" 240 23 6/14/96 0 2019 Pittsburgh
OLB Markus Jones Markus Jones M. Jones 59
71
#98 OLB 6'3" 260 23 1/10/96 0 2019 -
OLB Randy Ramsey Randy Ramsey R. Ramsey 56
74
#74 OLB 6'3" 230 24 9/7/95 0 2019 Arkansas
SS Darnell Savage Darnell Savage D. Savage 26
73
#47 SS 1 5'11" 198 22 7/30/97 0 2019 1 21 Maryland
SS Ibraheim Campbell Ibraheim Campbell I. Campbell 35
67
#72 SS 2 5'11" 210 27 5/13/92 5 2015 4 115 Northwestern
P JK Scott JK Scott J. Scott 6
75
#23 P 6'6" 208 24 10/30/95 2 2018 5 172
FS Adrian Amos Adrian Amos A. Amos 31
88
#3 FS 1 6'0" 218 26 4/29/93 5 2015 5 142 Penn State
FS Will Redmond Will Redmond W. Redmond 25
69
#63 FS 2 5'11" 183 25 12/28/93 4 2016 3 68 Mississippi State
LS Hunter Bradley Hunter Bradley H. Bradley 43
68
#13 LS 6'2" 237 25 5/21/94 2 2018 7 239
C Corey Linsley Corey Linsley C. Linsley 63
82
#13 C 1 6'3" 296 29 10/29/90 6 2014 5 161 Ohio State
C Cole Madison Cole Madison C. Madison 61
67
#56 C 6'5" 308 24 12/20/94 1 2018 5 138
DT Filipo Mokofisi Filipo Mokofisi F. Mokofisi 74
69
#85 DT 6'2" 285 24 3/26/95 1 2018
DT Aiulua Fanene Aiulua Fanene A. Fanene 62
66
#90 DT 6'4" 280 1 2017 Arizona
DB Jocquez Kalili Jocquez Kalili J. Kalili 47
5'11" 185 23 2/29/96 0 2019 UNLV
WR Allen Lazard Allen Lazard A. Lazard 13
65
#355 WR 1 6'5" 227 24 12/11/95 1 2018
WR Geronimo Allison Geronimo Allison G. Allison 81
75
#105 WR 1 6'3" 196 25 1/18/94 4 2016 Illinois
WR Davante Adams Davante Adams D. Adams 17
94
#5 WR 1 6'1" 212 26 12/24/92 6 2014 2 53 Fresno State
WR Ryan Grant Ryan Grant R. Grant 11
79
#56 WR 2 6'0" 199 28 12/19/90 6 2014 5 142 Tulane
WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling Marquez Valdes-Scantling M. Valdes-Scantling 83
76
#86 WR 2 6'4" 206 25 10/10/94 2 2018 5 174 South Florida
WR Jake Kumerow Jake Kumerow J. Kumerow 16
66
#239 WR 2 6'4" 202 27 2/17/92 2 2015
WR Malik Taylor Malik Taylor M. Taylor 86
71
#224 WR 3 6'3" 220 23 12/21/95 0 2019 Ferris State
WR Kabion Ento Kabion Ento K. Ento 48
70
#239 WR 3 6'3" 190 23 1/3/96 0 2019 Colorado
WR Darrius Shepherd Darrius Shepherd D. Shepherd 10
70
#189 WR 4 5'10" 185 24 11/1/95 0 2019 North Dakota State
TE Jimmy Graham Jimmy Graham J. Graham 80
82
#19 TE 1 6'6" 259 33 11/24/86 10 2010 3 95 Miami
TE Marcedes Lewis Marcedes Lewis M. Lewis 89
78
#31 TE 2 6'6" 275 35 5/19/84 14 2006 1 28 UCLA
TE Robert Tonyan Jr. Robert Tonyan Jr. R. Tonyan Jr. 85
67
#111 TE 3 6'5" 236 25 4/30/94 2 2017 Indiana State
TE Jace Sternberger Jace Sternberger J. Sternberger 87
71
#106 TE 4 6'4" 251 23 6/26/96 0 2019 3 75 Texas A&M
TE Evan Baylis Evan Baylis E. Baylis 88
67
#126 TE 5 6'6" 252 26 11/18/93 1 2017 Oregon
TE Davis Koppenhaver Davis Koppenhaver D. Koppenhaver 86
72
#87 TE 6 6'4" 240 23 1/24/96 0 2019 Duke
DE Dean Lowry Dean Lowry D. Lowry 94
76
#50 DE 1 6'6" 296 25 6/9/94 4 2016 4 137 Northwestern
DE Tyler Lancaster Tyler Lancaster T. Lancaster 95
69
#24 DE 1 6'3" 310 25 11/4/94 2 2018
DE Kingsley Keke Kingsley Keke K. Keke 96
73
#95 DE 2 6'3" 288 23 9/26/96 0 2019 5 150 Texas A&M
DE James Looney James Looney J. Looney 99
69
#146 DE 6'3" 287 24 5/15/95 2 2018 7 232
FB Dan Vitale Dan Vitale D. Vitale 45
67
#13 FB 3 6'1" 239 26 10/26/93 4 2016 6 197 Northwestern
FB Malcolm Johnson Malcolm Johnson M. Johnson 46
67
#21 FB 6 6'2" 231 27 8/11/92 3 2015 6 195 Mississippi State
CB Jaire Alexander Jaire Alexander J. Alexander 23
85
#21 CB 1 5'10" 196 22 2/9/97 2 2018 1 18 Louisville
CB Kevin King Kevin King K. King 20
74
#111 CB 1 6'3" 200 24 5/5/95 3 2017 2 33 Washington
CB Chandon Sullivan Chandon Sullivan C. Sullivan 39
66
#236 CB 2 5'11" 194 23 8/7/96 2 2018
CB Tramon Williams Tramon Williams T. Williams 38
74
#116 CB 2 5'11" 191 36 3/16/83 13 2006 Louisiana Tech
CB Tony Brown Tony Brown T. Brown 28
65
#201 CB 3 6'0" 199 23 7/13/96 2 2018
CB Josh Jackson Josh Jackson J. Jackson 37
77
#67 CB 3 6'0" 196 23 4/3/96 2 2018 2 45 Iowa
CB Javien Hamilton Javien Hamilton J. Hamilton 47
70
#161 CB 5'10" 176 23 9/2/96 0 2019 Ole Miss
CB Ka'dar Hollman Ka'dar Hollman K. Hollman 29
77
#64 CB 6'0" 193 25 9/18/94 0 2019 6 185 Toledo
CB Nydair Rouse Nydair Rouse N. Rouse 41
73
#125 CB 6'1" 175 24 6/13/95 0 2019 -
NT Kenny Clark Kenny Clark K. Clark 97
89
#3 NT 1 6'3" 314 24 10/4/95 4 2016 1 27 UCLA
NT Montravius Adams Montravius Adams M. Adams 90
74
#79 NT 2 6'3" 308 24 7/24/95 3 2017 3 93 Auburn
NT Olive Sagapolu Olive Sagapolu O. Sagapolu 67
6'2" 341 0 2019 Wisconsin
G Billy Turner Billy Turner B. Turner 77
67
#122 G 1 6'5" 315 28 10/17/91 6 2014 3 67 North Dakota State
G Elgton Jenkins Elgton Jenkins E. Jenkins 74
73
#81 G 1 6'4" 310 23 12/26/95 0 2019 2 44 Mississippi State
G Lucas Patrick Lucas Patrick L. Patrick 62
69
#52 G 2 6'3" 313 26 7/30/93 3 2016 Duke
G Larry Williams Larry Williams L. Williams 67
75
#46 G 6'4" 327 24 2/22/95 0 2019 Oklahoma State
K Mason Crosby Mason Crosby M. Crosby 2
76
#20 K 1 6'1" 207 35 9/3/84 13 2007 6 193 Colorado

Top 3 Packers Roster Questions of 2019-2020

How many running backs does Green Bay need?

As it currently projects, the Packers will open the year with five backs on their roster. While they’ll certainly run the ball, that’s surely a large amount of players to carry at that single position. Aaron Jones is the clear #1 option and is sure to get plenty of touches after leading the team in rushing yards in 2018. Jamaal Williams is also slated to get a fair share of action after receiving the second most rushing attempts last season.

Beyond the 1,2 punch, Dexter Williams and Corey Grant may play deeper reserve roles on the team. All four running backs are capable of making an impact though they might not get enough time to do so. Expect Jones and Williams to do most of the running with Williams and Grant to place further on the depth chart. They might even get a shot on special teams and I wouldn’t be surprised if one of them ends up being cut. Danny Vitale will likely remain on the roster as the lone fullback and might get a few touches throughout the year. 

What to expect from the new look safeties

It’s always nice to make your team better in free agency but perhaps better if that move also hurts your rivals. That’s exactly what the Packers did when they inked Adrian Amos to a deal and took him away from the Chicago Bears. Amos was a solid contributor for the Bears defense that was by far the best in the league last year and will hope to help the Packers solidify their secondary this season. He’s a nice 26 year old player that will likely shore up the free safety spot for years to come. 

Meanwhile, rookie Darnell Savage has yet to suit up for practice but is likely going to have a shot at the opposite starting gig. Besides that, Raven Greene is likely to compete against Savage for the starting job as he’s been playing with the first unit in Savage’s absence. Josh Jones remains the final player who’s got a chance to be a versatile piece coming off the sidelines. He’s currently seeing time at the linebacker position and remains a player on the bubble of the roster.

Is Aaron Rodgers still elite?

A year ago, this wouldn’t even be a question. Throughout his career, Rodgers has been one of the most consistent QBs that is clearly aimed as a first ballot Hall of Famer. After an injury riddled season in 2017, Aaron Rodgers returned to prime form and threw for 4,442 yards and 25 TDs in 2018. His accuracy and decision making was on point as he completed 62.3% of passes and amazingly, only threw 2 picks. While he did pay safer, he also wasn’t very effective at finding targets in the end zone.

Last season, Rodgers’ QBR of 56.8 was his worst since becoming a starter. While he was a more careful passer and limited his damage through the air, he also didn’t do enough to help his team win. Another problem was the constant pressure he faced as he was sacked 49 times last year. That likely kept Rodgers scrambling in the box and unable to find much rhythm in game action. He’s trending down but the future HOF QB likely has a few good seasons left in the tank.