Tight Ends: 4 (21/53)
As the philosophy shifts for the Green Bay Packers under LaFleur, it was important to find more help in this area, and keeping four tight ends on the roster makes all the sense in the world. They drafted Josiah Deguara in the third round, who can fill a variety of roles, from playing inline to stretching the seam, while also getting some roles at the H-back spot, where Dan Vitale made an impact.
Jace Sternberger is entering year two and was drafted to be a receiving tight end who Rodgers could trust. He caught three balls in the postseason, including a touchdown late against San Francisco. He’s in for a big jump in year two as the top option at tight end in the offense.
Marcedes Lewis will likely stick around in Green Bay for another year, especially with the Packers shifting to more 12 personnel. He’s been as reliable as any in the passing game, and blocks as well as some tackles in this league.
Robert Tonyan has shown some potential in recent seasons, flashing the ability to make plays deep down the field. It will be an important third year for him if he can stick around long term.