Benny Sieu-US PRESSWIRE
Will Raji be able to rebound from a mediocre 2011 season?
Raji was a hero during the Packers’ Super Bowl season but didn’t play particularly well either against the pass or the run last year. Maybe a reduction in snaps will help.
At what point will Pickett be too old?
Pickett is entering his 12th year in the NFL, a time when some big men start to break down.
Can Wilson keep his job as a starter at defensive end in the Packers’ base 3-4 defense?
Wilson is the starter for now, but Worthy is talented and will provide a stiff challenge to the third-year veteran.
Can Worthy be a difference maker in the Packers’ defense?
No one is expecting Worthy to be a Pro Bowler as a rookie, but he is being counted upon to make an impact.
Will Daniels be able to become part of the regular defensive-line rotation in Green Bay?
Daniels has made a solid early impression in training camp, but he still has to prove he’s worth keeping active on game days when the games count.
Is there room for Muir on the 53-man roster as a backup nose tackle?
Unless an injury occurs to either Raji or Pickett, it might be difficult to justify keeping a backup nose tackle on the roster.
Will Neal live up to his second-round status?
For one, Neal must stay healthy. And two, he’s down to his last chance in Green Bay. When Neal comes back from suspension, he has to be a difference maker.
Will Hargrove be able to make an impact after coming back from suspension?
Hargrove is scheduled to be gone for the first eight games of the season, but the Packers are hoping he’ll be able to contribute once he’s eligible to play once again.
Has Wynn’s time in Green Bay come to a close?
If Wynn wants to make the Packers’ roster, he’s going to have to play better than average, because there’s a bunch of young players ready to take his place.
Will Guy be able to take advantage of the suspensions to Neal and Hargrove?
The door has been opened a crack for Guy, but he’s still not assured of a roster spot even with the suspension to other defensive linemen. He’ll have to earn his spot.
Can Merling prove he’s not a bust?
Merling was a bust in Miami, and he’s not off to a good start at Packers’ training camp. Only a dominant performance during the preseason games might be enough to change anyone’s mind.
When will Jones come off the PUP list?
Jones has yet to practice during training camp, which isn’t considered a good thing for a fringe NFL player.