It's not often that the Green Bay Packers cut big-name players in order to create more cap space, but they may be forced as the team heads into the 2014 offseason.
The key for Green Bay is to figure out which players are simply making too much money this year and who could be replaced easily. For example, quarterback Aaron Rodgers makes quite a bit of money in 2014, but it makes absolutely no sense to cut him.
Here are six cuts that the Packers could make in order to free up cap room.
*All cap figures courtesy of Spotrac.com.