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Sorry to put a damper on your Valentine’s Day Reggie White Jersey White , but we’re looking back at the massive number of injured Packers from last season."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football AdviceCSTShareTweetShareShareThe Packers ended the 2018 season with 15 players on injured reserveGeoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsThe Green Bay Packers suffered through another injury-plagued season in 2018, as the team saw starter after starter lose time due to various maladies — particularly on defense. Underscoring this issue is the fact that the team finished the season with a whopping 15 players on injured reserve, having had their seasons shut down for one reason or another over the course of the season.It’s painful, but it’s worth examining each of these players and what their absences meant to the 2018 squad.ILB Jake Ryan (training camp)Expected to start next to Blake Martinez, Ryan was surely hoping to have a nice year heading into free agency. His presence would allow Oren Burks time to adjust to the NFL after being selected in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Instead, Ryan’s season ended before it began, tearing his ACL during one of the first practices of training camp. That forced the Packers to utilize a heavy rotation of safeties next to Martinez, and along with Burks’ shoulder injury, it helped force the Packers’ acquisition of Antonio Morrison late in camp.CB Davon House (week 4)The Packers got virtually no production out of House in his first two games, after bringing him back on a one year deal to ostensibly help provide a veteran presence in the secondary. Instead, the team signed Bashaud Breeland a few weeks after House went down, and he provided the depth and coverage ability that House did not.DT Muhammad Wilkerson (week 5)One of the bigger signings of 2018, Wilkerson was expected to make a big impact next to Kenny Clark and Mike Daniels. Instead, a gruesome broken ankle cut his year short, sending him back to free agency with more questions than answers. Dean Lowry filled in for Wilkerson admirably, and the Packers went back to more of a two-man line after he was done.WR Geronimo Allison (week 9)After missing a few games earlier in the season (one with a concussion and one with a hamstring injury), a groin injury cost Allison the entire second half of the season. When he was on the field prior to his first injury, he was a difference-maker — he led the team in receiving yardage through three games — and his absence forced a few of the rookie receivers into more prominent roles than the team had planned for them in their first years.CB Kevin King (week 10)The oft-injured King suited up in six games this season, recording his first NFL interception to set up a game-winning drive against the San Francisco 49ers. However, King continues to fight through injury after injury, missing two games with a groin injury early before a hamstring issue sent him to IR. If he can ever get healthy, he and Jaire Alexander should make a very good young starting cornerback tandem, but that’s still a big if.S Raven Greene (week 12)After a few promising preseason games, Greene was quiet early on in the season http://www.packerslockerroom.com/authentic-antonio-morrison-jersey , playing mostly on special teams. However, he had an exciting game in the Packers’ win over the Dolphins, rushing for 26 yards on a fake punt and recording a sack on Brock Osweiler. With Ha Ha Clinton-Dix gone and Kentrell Brice dealing with injuries, Greene would have contributed heavily down the stretch had he not injured his ankle.OLB Nick Perry (week 12)What a dismal season it was for Perry. For years, the knock on him was that he was productive when he could stay on the field. He earned a big contract after an 11-sack campaign in 2016, but he has played just 21 of 36 games since with 8.5 sacks — and only 1.5 of those came in his nine games in 2018, after which he was shut down with knee and ankle issues. That’s brutal production for a player who made over $27 million in cash in those two years. The Packers almost have to cut him this offseason (probably as a post-June 1 cut) in order to get out from under that albatross deal. DT Mike Daniels (week 13)Towards the end of the team’s long, tough road stretch in the middle of the season, Daniels suffered a foot injury in Seattle. He landed on IR shortly thereafter, missing the remainder of the season and failing to reach four sacks for the first time since his rookie year. Furthermore, this was the first time Daniels had missed more than two games in any NFL season. He should be back to 100% and will be motivated in 2019, entering in a contract year.RB Tra Carson (week 13)A mid-season addition, Carson suited up in four games behind Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams as a special teams player before being shut down after Thanksgiving due to a rib injury.OL on the list early in the year. The team’s continued insistence on believing in Davis as a return man may be over thanks to the turnover on the coaching staff.RB Aaron Jones (week 16)After missing two games to start the year on suspension, Jones finally earned the starting running back duties around midseason when Mike McCarthy accepted what fans had seen for weeks. However, his highest carry count in a game was 17 (accomplished twice). Still, he scored nine times in 2018, including a string of five straight games, before being shut down late in the season with another sprained MCL — the second straight season he has had that type of injury.DT Kenny Clark (week 17)Clark became the third and final Packer to land on IR late in the season, though the circumstances of that designation were odd. The team reportedly planned to place him on IR with three games to go, but did not do so until before the final Sunday. Clark was deserving of All-Pro consideration, not just Pro Bowl honors, and though he received neither, he will be poised to be the Packers’ biggest defensive star next season.CB Will Redmond (week 17)Another midseason pickup, Redmond was a special teams player in his five games before he was shut down with a shoulder injury.For those counting at home Geronimo Allison Jersey White , nine of the 15 Packers who finished the 2018 season on injured reserve started at least one game for the team, with a tenth having been slated to be a starter before the season. It was a brutal year once again for Green Bay on that front, and hopefully the team will have better luck in 2019. Mock drafts have zeroed in on a handful of players for Green Bay, but what if Brian Gutekunst goes against the grain? Here are some players who could be in play for the Packers with top picks."Never take mock drafts too seriously. Even the best ones are only accurate with 30-40% of picks as NFL teams go rogue, leaving informed observers scratching their heads. Right now, reporters, NFL analysts, and Packers fans have ideas about who the likely candidates are with Green Bay’s considerable draft capital. As this process drudges forward, those ideas homogenize into a group-think soup of uninteresting and usually inaccurate notions. Remember, this time last year, Josh Jackson was a popular player for the Packers in mock drafts ... in the first round. So what happens when and if the draft goes off the rails, which it usually does? Here are some interesting options for the Packers, players who fit the general standards for what they’re looking for, and could also be filling important roles for the team moving forward. Obviously, the point of these kinds of stories is to project the unpredictable, a fool’s errand if ever there was one. Players will inevitably fall, others will go much higher than expected. The point is to simply think outside the box, to identify players not often connected with the team in the NFL Draft Industrial Complex, but who could be legitimate and intriguing options for Green Bay on draft day. Here’s a potential draft, with some secondary options, that could turn some heads for being a little more outside the box than most are projecting. 12. Andre Dillard OT Washington StateEven before his combine performance showed his athlete athleticism, Dillard was being overlooked by much of the mainstream draft conversation. Whether it was his relative lack of size (he played under 300 pounds at Wazzu) or the presumed deficiencies from playing in Mike Leach’s Air Raid attack, Dillard couldn’t seem to crack the top 12-15 spots in mock drafts. That shouldn’t be the case. Dillard is the best pure pass blocker in the class who can get even better, as indicated with his athletic tools. But don’t worry if this is sounding dangerously Jason Spriggs-y. Dillard doesn’t have the fatal flaw Spriggs has with lateral quickness and pass rushers who can counter inside. The only place he has to get better is as a run blocker Montravius Adams Jersey , but adding some muscle and experience should do the trick. David Bakhtiari had that “flaw” too and that worked out decently for Green Bay. Another fun one: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida — A little high based on where he’s being projected, but CGJ could be worth it. Green Bay met with him in Indy, and Gardner-Johnson tested well enough that he has teams considering him at cornerback as well. A versatile cover safety to pair with Adrian Amos? Top half of the first round isn’t too high.30.

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