Green Bay Packers Roster 2018 Packers Roster

6-9, 3rd NFC North

vs DET

6:00 pm UTC, 12/30

The youth is coming in Green Bay, and it starts with a couple of young backs. Ty Montgomery, Aaron Jones, and Jamaal Williams are all under 24, and have potential to lead Green Bay. Montgomery is a flex player, and can play wide receiver, with Green Bay losing Jordy Nelson, and he could be used more in that role. They did draft J’mon Moore and Equanimeois St. Brown, both possessing talent, but it may take some time for them to develop. Randal Cobb and Davante Adams slide up a spot in the depth chart, but you can argue that Adams has been the guy the last few seasons. DeShone Kizer is an interesting backup project now that he is in Green Bay behind Aaron Rodgers. Speaking of Rodgers, anytime he leads is going to be instantly better, and that could be the case for guys outside of Cobb and Adams.

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
97
#2 QB 1 6'2" 225 35 12/2/83 14 2005 1 24 California
QB Deshone Kizer Deshone Kizer D. Kizer 9
73
#43 QB 2 6'4" 233 23 1/3/96 2 2017 2 52 Notre Dame
QB Tim Boyle Tim Boyle T. Boyle 8
69
#55 QB 3 6'3" 205 24 10/3/94 0 2018
RB Jamaal Williams Jamaal Williams J. Williams 30
77
#55 RB 1 6'0" 211 23 4/3/95 2 2017 4 134 BYU
RB Kapri Bibbs Kapri Bibbs K. Bibbs 22
68
#114 RB 3 5'9" 212 26 1/10/93 3 2014 Colorado State
RB Tra Carson Tra Carson T. Carson 32
59
#124 RB 5 5'11" 227 26 10/24/92 2 2016 Texas A&M
OT Bryan Bulaga Bryan Bulaga B. Bulaga 75
80
#26 OT 1 6'5" 314 29 3/21/89 9 2010 1 23 Iowa
OT David Bakhtiari David Bakhtiari D. Bakhtiari 69
99
#1 OT 1 6'4" 300 27 9/30/91 6 2013 4 109 Colorado
OT Jason Spriggs Jason Spriggs J. Spriggs 78
71
#63 OT 2 6'6" 301 24 5/17/94 3 2016 2 48 Indiana
OT Alex Light Alex Light A. Light 70
67
#95 OT 3 6'5" 311 22 5/2/96 0 2018
OT Byron Bell Byron Bell B. Bell 74
70
#68 OT 6'5" 339 30 1/17/89 8 2011 New Mexico
ILB Antonio Morrison Antonio Morrison A. Morrison 44
70
#49 ILB 1 6'1" 232 24 12/6/94 3 2016 4 125 Florida
ILB Blake Martinez Blake Martinez B. Martinez 50
81
#11 ILB 1 6'2" 237 25 1/9/94 3 2016 4 131 Stanford
ILB Oren Burks Oren Burks O. Burks 42
68
#65 ILB 2 6'3" 233 23 3/21/95 0 2018 3 88 Vanderbilt
ILB James Crawford James Crawford J. Crawford 54
65
#75 ILB 2 6'2" 234 24 12/2/94 0 2018
ILB Korey Toomer Korey Toomer K. Toomer 56
74
#39 ILB 6'2" 234 30 12/9/88 5 2012 5 154 Idaho
OLB Kyler Fackrell Kyler Fackrell K. Fackrell 51
71
#76 OLB 1 6'5" 245 27 11/25/91 3 2016 3 88 Utah State
OLB Clay Matthews Clay Matthews C. Matthews 52
85
#15 OLB 1 6'3" 255 32 5/14/86 10 2009 1 26 USC
OLB Reggie Gilbert Reggie Gilbert R. Gilbert 93
54
#136 OLB 2 6'3" 262 25 4/1/93 1 2016 Arizona
OLB Nick Perry Nick Perry N. Perry 53
83
#17 OLB 6'3" 265 28 4/12/90 7 2012 1 28 USC
SS Kentrell Brice Kentrell Brice K. Brice 29
70
#48 SS 1 5'11" 200 24 8/11/94 3 2016 Louisiana Tech
SS Josh Jones Josh Jones J. Jones 27
76
#34 SS 2 6'1" 220 24 9/20/94 2 2017 2 61 North Carolina State
SS Ibraheim Campbell Ibraheim Campbell I. Campbell 39
67
#57 SS 5'11" 210 26 5/13/92 4 2015 4 115 Northwestern
P JK Scott JK Scott J. Scott 6
73
#24 P 1 6'6" 208 23 10/30/95 0 2018 5 172
FS Tramon Williams Tramon Williams T. Williams 38
76
#80 FS 1 5'11" 191 35 3/16/83 12 2006 Louisiana Tech
FS Eddie Pleasant Eddie Pleasant E. Pleasant 35
72
2 5'10" 213 30 12/17/88 6 2012 Oregon
FS Raven Greene Raven Greene R. Greene 36
66
#60 FS 5'11" 199 23 2/2/95 0 2018
LS Hunter Bradley Hunter Bradley H. Bradley 43
68
#8 LS 6'2" 237 24 5/21/94 0 2018 7 239
C Corey Linsley Corey Linsley C. Linsley 63
76
#23 C 1 6'3" 296 28 10/29/90 5 2014 5 161 Ohio State
DT Filipo Mokofisi Filipo Mokofisi F. Mokofisi 74
69
#59 DT 3 6'2" 285 23 3/26/95 0 2018
DT Aiulua Fanene Aiulua Fanene A. Fanene 62
66
#70 DT 6'4" 280 1 2017 Arizona
WR Davante Adams Davante Adams D. Adams 17
89
#11 WR 1 6'1" 212 26 12/24/92 5 2014 2 53 Fresno State
WR Randall Cobb Randall Cobb R. Cobb 18
81
#60 WR 1 5'10" 192 28 8/22/90 8 2011 2 64 Kentucky
WR Equanimeous St. Brown Equanimeous St. Brown E. St. Brown 19
68
#154 WR 2 6'5" 214 22 9/30/96 0 2018 6 207 Notre Dame
WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling Marquez Valdes-Scantling M. Valdes-Scantling 83
67
#158 WR 2 6'4" 206 24 10/10/94 0 2018 5 174 South Florida
WR J'mon Moore J'mon Moore J. Moore 82
68
#151 WR 2 6'3" 207 23 5/23/95 0 2018 4 133
WR Jake Kumerow Jake Kumerow J. Kumerow 16
66
#291 WR 3 6'4" 202 26 2/17/92 1 2015
WR Trevor Davis Trevor Davis T. Davis 11
66
#308 WR 3 6'1" 188 25 7/4/93 3 2016 5 163 California
TE Jimmy Graham Jimmy Graham J. Graham 80
88
#7 TE 1 6'6" 259 32 11/24/86 9 2010 3 95 Miami
TE Marcedes Lewis Marcedes Lewis M. Lewis 89
81
#19 TE 2 6'6" 275 34 5/19/84 13 2006 1 28 UCLA
TE Lance Kendricks Lance Kendricks L. Kendricks 84
77
#35 TE 3 6'3" 243 30 1/30/88 8 2011 2 47 Wisconsin
TE Robert Tonyan Jr. Robert Tonyan Jr. R. Tonyan Jr. 85
67
#159 TE 4 6'5" 236 24 4/30/94 1 2017 Indiana State
DE Dean Lowry Dean Lowry D. Lowry 94
76
#68 DE 1 6'6" 296 24 6/9/94 3 2016 4 137 Northwestern
DE Montravius Adams Montravius Adams M. Adams 90
73
#87 DE 1 6'3" 308 23 7/24/95 2 2017 3 93 Auburn
DE Fadol Brown Fadol Brown F. Brown 98
68
#118 DE 2 6'5" 273 25 4/15/93 1 2017 Mississippi
DE James Looney James Looney J. Looney 99
69
#21 DE 2 6'3" 287 23 5/15/95 0 2018 7 232
DE Mike Daniels Mike Daniels M. Daniels 76
89
#9 DE 6'0" 294 29 5/5/89 7 2012 4 132 Iowa
FB Dan Vitale Dan Vitale D. Vitale 45
67
#20 FB 7 6'1" 239 25 10/26/93 3 2016 6 197 Northwestern
CB Jaire Alexander Jaire Alexander J. Alexander 23
75
#82 CB 1 5'10" 196 21 2/9/97 0 2018 1 18 Louisville
CB Josh Jackson Josh Jackson J. Jackson 37
77
#66 CB 1 6'0" 196 22 4/3/96 0 2018 2 45 Iowa
CB Bashaud Breeland Bashaud Breeland B. Breeland 26
74
2 5'11" 197 26 1/30/92 5 2014 4 102 Clemson
CB Tony Brown Tony Brown T. Brown 28
65
#261 CB 2 6'0" 199 22 7/13/96 0 2018
CB Natrell Jamerson Natrell Jamerson N. Jamerson 21
68
#50 CB 3 5'11" 201 23 12/15/95 0 2018 5 164
CB Will Redmond Will Redmond W. Redmond 25
69
#148 CB 5'11" 183 25 12/28/93 3 2016 3 68 Mississippi State
CB Kevin King Kevin King K. King 20
79
#52 CB 6'3" 200 23 5/5/95 2 2017 2 33 Washington
NT Kenny Clark Kenny Clark K. Clark 97
87
#5 NT 6'3" 314 23 10/4/95 3 2016 1 27 UCLA
G Lucas Patrick Lucas Patrick L. Patrick 62
69
#38 G 1 6'3" 313 25 7/30/93 2 2016 Duke
G Lane Taylor Lane Taylor L. Taylor 65
74
#42 G 1 6'3" 324 29 11/22/89 6 2013 Oklahoma State
G Justin McCray Justin McCray J. McCray 64
66
#91 G 2 6'3" 310 26 5/31/92 2 2014 Central Florida
G Adam Pankey Adam Pankey A. Pankey 77
71
#65 G 3 6'4" 313 24 2/2/94 2 2017 West Virginia
G Cole Madison Cole Madison C. Madison 61
67
#136 G 6'5" 308 24 12/20/94 0 2018 5 138
K Mason Crosby Mason Crosby M. Crosby 2
79
#17 K 1 6'1" 207 34 9/3/84 12 2007 6 193 Colorado

Avoid the Injury Bug

The 2018 Green Bay Packers are looking to avoid the injury bug this season. The past season saw a collar-bone injury spell the end for Aaron Rodger's 2018 campaign. Insert Brett Hundley and the adversity settles in. Hundley handled the situation to the best of his capability, but it ultimately left the team missing the playoffs for the first time in recent memory. Rodgers is now operating at full-health, keeping the team within the contention conversation.

The team had a rather busy off-season. They faced some adversity knowing they could not afford to keep their wide receiver depth intact. This led the team to drop Jordy Nelson and allow him to sign elsewhere. The team used this loss to bring in some smaller contracts to keep the receiving core competitive. Instead of adding true wide outs, the team opted for experience and big bodies in Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis. Graham was a true force during his years spent with the Saints, creating a red zone scare at any given moment. Graham's time in Seattle was about as boom or bust as it gets. A unity with Rodgers could be the career revival Graham and the Packers needs. Marcedes Lewis was very consistent during his career with the Jaguars. He brings another level of reliability to the squad, increasing the red zone setups the team can operate with.

The biggest question within the offense remains at the running back position. Both Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams shared carries at the position last season. What was asked of them was a bearing that no younger player should have to face. The injury to Rodgers created an uptick in their usage, diverting from the individual skill sets each possesses. The off-season allows the pair to refine their game and build on the tangibles. They can reduce their focus of pounding the rock, working the outside zones and acquiring a patience up the middle.

Pass defense continues to be the biggest hole on the defense, which afforded the team the opportunity to look towards the draft for relief. The team was able to select Jaire Alexander in the first round and Josh Jackson in the second. Both cornerbacks have a nose for the football, with Jackson leading the nation in interceptions during his final season in college. This pairing adds relief and depth to a position that has struggled to find its consistency. Both players will give Kevin King a run for his money, which is a competition the team is excited to fire up in training camp.

The team also made noise on the defensive side of the football with the addition of Muhammad Wilkerson. Wilkerson spent the past 8 seasons in New York as a member of the Jets. During his career, he has posted impressive statistics in the pass rush and sack categories. This addition helps add some speed to the outside of the defensive line. Mike Daniels continues to be the force up the middle, allowing for Wilkerson to show his stuff from the outside. Keeping the defense and offensive line healthy will be the storyline that spells success or dismay for the team in 2018.