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Defensive End: Mike Daniels, Julius Peppers, Datone Jones, Jerel Worthy, Khyri Thornton (R), Ryan White (UDFA), Carlos Gray (UDFA)
Defensive Tackle: B.J. Raji, Letroy Guion, Josh Boyd, Mike Pennel (UDFA)
The defensive line should look completely different during the 2014 season. In fact, the only remaining starter from last year is Raji, but even he'll be at a new position.
What's really unknown here is what the Packers plan to do with Peppers. If he's going to play more at outside linebacker, then Green Bay will likely give the other starting job to Jones. However, Peppers will probably see most of his time on the field at defensive end, where he's a little more comfortable.
The player with the most potential to become a household name next year is Daniels. He was fantastic in a limited role in 2013, and the increase in playing time should only make him more well known.
It'll also be interesting to see what the Packers do with third-round pick Khyri Thornton. He's more of a project player, but if he develops quickly, he could add some serious size to the defensive line.
This unit was a major weakness for the Packers last year, but that should change this upcoming season. Adding Peppers and moving Raji back to defensive tackle will be extremely positive moves.