8. Kenny Vaccaro, S
Kenny Vaccaro is an excellent one-year contract candidate and could be looking to prove his true worth in 2018. He missed part of last season thanks to a groin injury, but is still a very serviceable player.
Vaccaro can play all over the field, giving Green Bay the flexibility they seem to love. He’s also a former first-round pick so he certainly has the talent necessary to succeed in this league.
If the Packers did sign him, however, it might mean less playing time for Jones. Jones appears to be first in line at this point to earn the job left vacant by Burnett. He flashed some great potential at times last season, but struggled more often than not.
At the very least, Vaccaro is insurance in case Jones doesn’t pan out.