Thursday, January 29, 2015

Packers Free Agent Moves for 2015 | Ticket King Green Bay

Packers free agents
It took us a while, but we finally got over the sting of what happened in the NFC Championship game. Here is our preview of the Packers upcoming free agents, and where they might wind up in 2015.

Both of the Packers backup quarterbacks will be free agents. Scott Tolzien has talent, and might get a phone call or two from other teams, but don’t expect other teams to be lining up to sign these guys. Expect Tolzien to be signed first, and Flynn will re-sign after the draft if the Packers don’t draft anyone. If the Packers don’t draft anyone, expect Flynn and Tolzien to compete in a winner-take-all format, meaning that the Packers will only keep two quarterbacks on the active roster next season, so that means the loser between the two is gone, and the winner gets to call himself Aaron Rodgers backup in the coming years. The biggest free agent on the list is Randall Cobb. Expect Cobb to be re-signed somewhere in the 8-11 million dollar a year range. They also have two corner backs on the list, Tramon Williams and Devon House. We expect that House will be re-signed, and Williams will not.

Next up on the list is former first round draft choice B.J. Raji. B.J. Raji has had an up and down career in Green Bay, and will be coming off a missed season due to injury in a year in which he was already brought back on a one year deal to begin with. The Packers will need to decide if they want to wash their hands of Raji and move on, or do they want to give him one last chance. They also have to decide if they want to wash their hands of Jarrett Boykin. After a strong second season, Boykin took steps back this season due to injury. Add into that the return of Jared Abberderis next season and the expected improvement of Jeff Janis, and you might not even have room for Boykin on this roster anymore. Another question will be weather not Jarrett Bush is worth keeping around as a special teams standout at a high price for someone of that position. They also have to decide whether or not Bryan Buluga is worth keeping around as the right tackle due to his injury problems.

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