Offensive Line: 9 (30/53)
It was a tough start to the offseason for the Green Bay Packers regarding the offensive line, as long time starter Bryan Bulaga bolted (literally and figuratively) for the Chargers. Green Bay brought in former Ravens and Lions tackle Ricky Wagner on a two-year deal. It’s likely he gets the nod to start on the right side in 2020.
As for the rest of the starters, it will remain mostly the same. David Bakhtiari is on the last year of his deal and should have another good year, and Elgton Jenkins looks poised to be the left guard for a decade. Corey Linsley has been rock solid for years, and the Packers hope for Billy Turner to have a bounce-back season.
Rounding out the veterans to make the roster are Lane Taylor and Lucas Patrick, who will be around to fill in at any time.
The last two to fill out the offensive line are two of the three rookies drafted by the Packers in 2020. Michigan’s Jon Runyan has experience at tackle and could end up playing this season in a pinch, while Jake Hanson makes the team because of his long term value. Hanson’s athleticism makes him the ideal candidate to take over for Linsley at the starting center in 2021.