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"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCSTShareTweetShareSharePackers 2019 Free Agents: No urgency to keep any safetiesGeoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsOver two weeks , Acme Packing Company will break down the Green Bay Packers’ 2018 roster position-by-position, providing our grades for each spot and looking ahead to free agency. Today, we continue with the safeties.To say the safety play this year was a disappointment might be an understatement. Lack of quality play and injuries ravaged the roster throughout the year. The Packers traded away Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and were forced to grab a couple veterans who were trying to find their footing with a team midway through the 2018. While they did bring depth, none filled the void at strong safety after Kentrell Brice proved he was a liability at the position. The biggest positive for the safety position is that the Packers have Tramon Williams coming back, at least for now. Williams was vital in filling in at Clinton-Dix’s free safety position after the trade and brought some stability to the back end of the secondary. There are several high prices free agents hitting the market and that might lead to the Packers having to make a decision on Williams but, at least, he have one player to feel confident about. The Packers do have three raw prospects on the roster as well. Raven Greene was on the roster all season and contributed on special teams mostly before going on injured reserve in early December. The Packers also have two intriguing prospects coming back from the practice squad in Jason Thompson and Tray Matthews. Thompson is considered an excellent athlete from his time at Utah and even started his college career as a quarterback at Wyoming. Matthews was a multi-year starter at Auburn and considered a big hitter. Both were signed to the practice squad in early December and were signed to future’s contracts after the season. Here is where the Packers will have to make some decisions.Kentrell BriceNFL Experience: Three yearsFA Status: Restricted Free AgentExpiring Contract: Three years, $1.62 million2018 Stats: 14 games, 10 starts, 50 tackles, one sack, two passes defendedKentrell Brice came into the year looking to make the jump to start opposite HaHa Clinton-Dix. He had performed well in previous seasons on special teams and the Packers gave him his opportunity. He did not grasp that opportunity. Brice had the reputation as a big hitter and was expected to be a run stuffing safety but his missed tackles piled up over the season. Brice also proved that he was a major liability in coverage as he would routinely get beat deep and take bad angles in trying to help in coverage near the boundary. After ten weeks of missed tackles and bad reads the Packers decided to remove him from the starting position. All that said, Brice is a restricted free agent in March. The Packers will have to decide if they want to tender him an offer but, based on his play in 2018, that might not happen. According to Over the Cap, the restricted tender amounts are expected to be:Rights of first refusal: $2.035 millionSecond-round: $3.110 millionFirst-round: $4.429 millionThe Packers would be foolish to offer a first or second round tender. They might go for a rights of first refusal but that might be a stretch as well. In a more realistic scenario, if they bring Brice back it will be on a lower amount in hopes that he keeps playing well on special teams and can continuing to develop at the safety position.Ibraheim CampbellNFL Experience: Four yearsFA Status: Unrestricted Free AgentExpiring Contract: one year, $705,0002018 Stats: Eight games (three with Packers), one start, 19 tackles, one tackle for loss Womens J'Mon Moore Jersey , one forced fumbleIbraheim Campbell bounced around in 2018. In started the season in Dallas, was claimed on waivers by the Jets and then claimed again by the Packers after the Jets let him go. While he bounced around, he did play fairly well in his short stint with the Packers. Campbell played three games, including one start, with Green Bay and got all his stats except one tackle while in Green Bay. Coming to Green Bay was a nice fit for Campbell. It paired him with Mike Pettine who was the head coach that drafted him in Cleveland. At the end of the day, Campbell was a nice pickup as he adapted to Pettine’s defense quickly and gave a solid option for the Packers while looking to fill the safety void. Unfortunately for Campbell and the Packers, he was injured in the Cardinals game and ended up on injured reserve. Being an unrestricted free agent gives Campbell the opportunity to look for another team in 2019 but I think the Packers would be wise to keep him around. While he was injured before he was able to prove himself over the last part of the season, I think he played well enough for the Packers to take a chance on him. I would fully expect another one-year contract, similar to what he signed this year, and that will give the Packers an opportunity to evaluate him a little longer. At that price, it also won’t be a big financial commitment to get rid of him if he does not make a good impression in training camp. Eddie PleasantNFL Experience: Six yearsFA Status: Unrestricted Free AgentExpiring Contract: One year, $790,0002018 Stats: Six games (five in Green Bay), one start, eight tackles, one tackle for lossEddie Pleasant had a similar story to Campbell. He was brought in for a veteran presence and safety depth. Pleasant started the year in Arizona and came to the Packers the week before they played the Cardinals. On top of adding depth, I’m sure the idea there was to get a little insight to the Cardinals operations. Unfortunately, Pleasant helped his former team more than hurt them as he dropped an interception on the drive the Cardinals kicked the game winning field goal. Going into 2019, Pleasant is an unrestricted free agent. In an easy decision, I think the Packers pass on bringing Pleasant back. Pleasant is 30 years old and I don’t see much potential going forward in his game. The Packers have three young safeties that can play special teams and fill the back end of the depth chart. I would rather see them develop than waste a roster spot on an aging veteran that would rarely play. The rookie with the recently-pulled wisdom teeth gets a lot of votes." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesAcme Packing Company homepageHorizontal - WhiteAcme Packing Companya Green Bay Packers communityFollow Acme Packing Company online:Follow Acme Packing Company on TwitterFollow Acme Packing Company on FacebookFollow Acme Packing Company on InstagramLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchAcme Packing Company main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsPackersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Wednesday Walkthroughs: Which Packers player are you most excited to see in training camp?TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Larry Radloff/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesThe Green Bay Packers reported for training camp on Wednesday, and with practices beginning on Thursday, Acme Packing Company is at attention for the start of on-field work for the 2019 season. Therefore , this week’s Walkthroughs address camp — specifically what we are most excited to see.The prompt for today is which one player our writers are most looking forward to watching in training camp and the preseason. Predictably, several contributors picked rookies or free agent arrivals, with one first-round pick getting several votes. However, the team’s biggest star gets one vote, as does a second-year player whose rookie impact a year ago was cut short due to injury.What player would you pick? Let us know in the comments below.Paul Noonan - Aaron RodgersRodgers is the biggest X-factor on a team which has made significant upgrades to almost every position of weakness. None of that will matter if Rodgers doesn’t improve. There’s reason to be optimistic, as Mike McCarthy’s stale scheme is at least partially to blame, but it’s worth noting that Rodgers hasn’t been at his best for four seasons, which is a pretty large sample. Moreover, the one area the team didn’t really improve on (outside of a now-healthy Geronimo Allison) is wide receiver. It’s entirely possible that some new coaching blood kicks Rodgers back into high gear, but we should be wary of the possibility that he’s just getting older, more injured, and not quite as good. Shawn Wagner - Darnell SavageI will admit that I was shocked to hear Savage’s name when his selection was announced in April as the Packers’ second first-round choice. But watching more of Savage after the draft left me excited about his potential. It has been awhile since the Packers had an aggressive, ball-hawking safety. Savage’s speed was evident as he flew around the secondary at Maryland and his interception numbers were a product of both speed and instincts. He fills a huge need at the free safety position and has the perfect last name for a defensive player.Evan “Tex” Western - Oren BurksWhile the Packers’ young receivers and new arrivals on defense all offer tremendous promise and excitement, I’m going back to a player who showed that same promise a year ago before an injury cut his preseason short. Burks, the team’s third-round pick in 2018, looked well on his way to becoming a viable starter through a pair of exhibition games, showing excellent speed and coverage ability. Admittedly, Burks needed improvement in working his way through traffic and shedding blockers, but that skill will come with time for a former college safety-turned linebacker. If he had not suffered a shoulder injury, he likely would have played much more on defense during the season, and the team may not have felt forced to suit up Antonio Morrison for 300 snaps.This year, the job next to Blake Martinez belongs to Burks Kevin King Jersey , so long as he can show that he’s ready for it. Green Bay has not really had a true modern Will linebacker — fast, agile, and able to cover as well as defend the run — since moving to a 3-4 in 2009. Burks has the ability to be that guy, and I’m hoping to see him show that he’s ready for that role this August.Kris Burke - Za’Darius SmithIt’s the dawning of the Age of Za’Darius in Green Bay after general manager Brian Gutekunst spent significant capital overhauling the Packers’ pass rush, with Smith being the biggest fish (and also one of two Smiths at linebacker along with fellow free agent acquisition Preston from Washington).Za’Darius Smith earned his payday from the Packers after one strong season with the Baltimore Ravens and Gutekunst noted that his reasoning behind the signing of both Smiths (but particularly Za’Darius) was that they are entering their physical prime. Mike Pettine’s defense obviously stems from Rex Ryan’s 3-4 and Ryan had ferocious linebackers with the aforementioned Ravens. The Packers are counting on Smith to be that same force for their defense. But with today’s release of Mike Daniels, he should also see more time along the line of scrimmage as well.Keeping opposing offenses guessing where the pass rush is coming from would be a huge advantage after years of being basically non-existent in the final seasons of the Dom Capers regime. It will be very interesting to see how Pettine assembles his defensive line post-Daniels and Smith could be moved all over. This versatility should make the Packers’ biggest name in free agency a fun one to watch as camp gets underway.Peter Bukowski - Darnell SavageI’m not even sure there’s a close second for me at this point. His speed, versatility and playmaking are so rare for the position, providing the Packers with a skill set we haven’t seen at the position since Nick Collins. We are pretty sure Adrian Amos is going to be solid. Ditto for the new additions at outside linebacker. With Kevin King healthy and Jaire Alexander on a trajectory to stardom, there are quality pieces around Savage, putting him in a better position to succeed than he would have last season for example.Tex’s Burks pick intrigues me as well, though I am more cautiously optimistic with him because he’s still learning how to play LB even going back to his college days. Savage has a chance to immediately impact this defense in a way unique to the position’s recent history in Green Bay. Add in the attitude and swagger he brings, and it’s the only call for me. Wendi Hansen - Darnell SavageIt’s safe to say that Green Bay had arguably the worst collection of safeties during the 2018 NFL season. But after signing Adrian Amos and drafting my pick for who to watch out for during training camp - Darnell Savage - I’m excited that, dare I say it, the Packers may have turned one of their most notable weaknesses into a strength. We’ve all seen Savage’s college tape (and if you haven’t, you definitely should check it out). His speed and range prove that he can play deep and blitz like nobody’s business. He’s smart, is always around the ball, and is a playmaker. I think Savage will bring a level of versatility, fun, personality, and that certain gusto that the Packers need and have been looking for. I may or may not have already pre-ordered a Savage jersey if that’s any indication on how much I’m looking forward to seeing this kid out there this year.
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