Here are the Green Bay Packers’ offseason depth charts without free agents

GREEN BAY, Wis. — With top players heading into free agency and a $50 million hole in the salary cap, the Green Bay Packers present themselves as a very, very different team when they hit the grass for team activities organized in May. .

How different?

Six players who started Saturday night’s playoff loss to the 49ers, including All-Pro receiver Davante Adams and All-Pro linebacker De’Vondre Campbell, are set to become unrestricted free agents. This list does not include potential cap-saving cuts, like wide receiver Randall Cobb, or restricted free agents, like wide receiver Allen Lazard.

The team must be under the cap at the start of the league year on March 16.

“I’m confident we’ll all work together to try and get as many guys back as humanly possible,” coach Matt LaFleur said Monday. “I had a lot of success with those guys and they brought a lot to this team. But I also realize that there are going to be difficult decisions, as there are every year. And you have to find a way to make some of those tough decisions and try to complete them in some other way through the draft or other players that might be there.

Here’s a look at the Packers’ depth charts. These are based on the depth chart published on Packers.com, and we’ve sprinkled in players returning from injured reserve. Players who will be unrestricted free agents have been crossed out.

(“IR” notes players who finished the season on injured reserve. “PS” notes players who finished the season on the practice squad and received a term contract. “F” notes players who were not with the team at the end of the season but were given a term contract.Restricted free agents (three years of experience) and exclusive free agents (two years or less) are not crossed out because the Packers have contractual control over those players.)

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