The depth chart
Again, with a mixture of young and older on the roster, it’ll be interesting to see how the Packers lay out their depth chart.
The safeties are pretty much set with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at strong and Josh Jones at free. From there, it’s about how well Kentrell Brice and Jermaine Whitehead can play. Brice has always been a hard-hitting safety. For him, his focus needs to be on his coverage and play recognition.
With 2017 first round pick Kevin King healthy, he looks to be the favorite to start at right corner. Tramon Williams will most likely be starting on the left side. After them ,there’s a juggle between two rookies and some veterans.
Jaire Alexander has impressed Rodgers early on in organized team activities, as has Josh Jackson. Knowing that the 2018 first and second round selections may find themselves third and fourth on the depth chart.
Alexander may also find himself playing nickel linebacker during pass-heavy packages. Also, Jackson and Alexander may be more prepared than other rookies to play meaningful minutes this season. After all, they are seeing one of the best quarterbacks in the game every day at practice.
Davon House came back in free agency this offseason and looks to fill in the fifth spot. Former second round pick Quinten Rollins will most likely fill in behind House as he has seen his playing time dwindle with his lack of productivity.