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They continually build and develop through the draft and as a result get younger. They miss on only a few players each year.
The youth movement will continue in Green Bay, as there are several veterans that the Packers don't have use for but who could find value elsewhere.
As much as I love Scott Wells, Ted Thompson isn't too keen on paying Wells like the top-five center he wants to be paid like.
Wells would be paid around $6 million to $7 million if he's paid what he so desires, so it seems as if Green Bay will let him walk.
It's conceivable he won't find anyone on the open market willing to pay that, and if his value dips down, Green Bay could make a move like they did on James Jones.
Still, at his current asking price, Wells is set to leave.
Clifton is aging and extremely prone to injury. That's a lot of baggage for someone who would save Green Bay $5.7 million if he was cut.
Marshall Newhouse was inconsistent at the position, but with a full offseason, the Packers could let him take over.
Clifton is old and could very well miss most of the season with his injury history. It's time to move on.
Though Driver is a Packer legend, it doesn't seem likely that he'll stay a Packer much longer.
Green Bay gave pay raises to two of it's practice squad wide receivers, Tori Gurley and Diondre Borel, to keep them from going elsewhere.
Gurley had a nice preseason blocking punts, and Borel can play special teams too.
Driver's skills are in decline, and his roster spot could be taken by a younger receiver.
After James Starks went down, Grant became the featured back in Green Bay. It didn't work out too well.
Grant is an aging back who came off a knee injury he suffered against the Philadelphia Eagles two seasons ago.
Running backs have the shortest shelf life of any position in the NFL, and Grant just doesn't have the burst anymore.
He could be replaced by a draft pick or Brandon Saine.
In this case, letting go of sooner than later means after this season.
Hawk is the leader of the defense, but that might be one of his best attributes.
Hawk isn't coming off a great season by any means, and if he doesn't perform well this season, he could be shown the door.