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The Packers have a problem that many teams in the NFL would love to have. They have six tight ends that could all contribute in some way if they were to make the team.
The extremely deep tight end position features Jermichael Finley, Andrew Quarless, Tom Crabtree, Spencer Havner, D.J. Williams and Ryan Taylor. The first four were members of the team last season, and the last two were drafted by the Packers in April.
At this point, Jermichael Finley is the player that is guaranteed to be on the roster when the regular season starts. D.J. Williams will almost certainly make the team as well. Quarless, Crabtree, Havner and Taylor are all competing for the remaining spots.
The uncertainty is that the Packers could keep anywhere from four to all six of the tight ends. It's possible that one of these players could steal a roster spot from fullback Quinn Johnson in order to allow the Packers space for an extra tight end.
Havner appears most likely as the first odd man out, but his contributions on special teams and his ability to play on defensive could safe him.
The next three preseason games could have huge implications on how many tight ends the Packers keep and which ones.