3. Muhammad Wilkerson
Even though Muhammad Wilkerson has yet to play a snap for the Packers, he’s still an important piece to Green Bay’s puzzle. Wilkerson and the Packers agreed to a one-year, $5 million “prove-it” deal this offseason and Wilkerson will certainly look to prove it.
With Wilkerson joining the already studly Mike Daniels and the up-and-coming Kenny Clark on the defensive line, Green Bay has formed one of the most impactful lines in the NFL. Look for Green Bay to rely on this as their defensive identity as the extremely young secondary finds their way in 2018.
Because of the domination Wilkerson and the defensive line will impose, the Packers should be looking to keep Wilkerson around long term. At 28-years-old, he still has a number of good years left in him and Green Bay should look to capitalize on one of their big free agent finds.