8. Josiah Deguara
Finally, this is the offseason where the Josiah Deguara experiment should end.
The Iowa product was drafted with the hopes of emerging as Green Bay's next great tight end. Instead, he's failed to make much of an impact in four years, totaling 47 receptions, 436 yards and 2 TDs.
The Packers appear to be set at this position for years to come with rookies Tucker Kraft (355 yards, 2 TDs) and Luke Musgrave (352 yards, 1 TD) both helping this offense more than Deguara ever has.
Even as a depth piece, Deguara is wholly unremarkable. His roster spot would be better spent on an older vet who could help mentor the youngsters while also being able to make a play when called upon.
As an impending unrestricted free agent, a split from Deguara looks incredibly likely.
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