3. Jamaal Williams
Even though Aaron Jones made it clear last season that he is the top running back in Green Bay, Jamaal Williams has made a case for being a reliable No. 2 option over the last couple of years, especially in the passing game.
Plenty of teams across the league tend to rely on multiple running backs since this helps take some of the pressure off on offense, and while Williams could very well still be in for another strong 2020 campaign, he could end up seeing less action on the field.
Jones is obviously appears to be safe as far as being the top running back is concerned, but Green Bay clearly saw something special in AJ Dillon during the draft by using a second-round pick on the Boston College product.
The fact that Dillon recorded 40 total touchdowns (38 rushing) in three seasons with the Eagles is just one of many reasons as to why the Packers felt it was worth using a second-round pick on the rookie running back.
But also, the addition of Dillon will most likely mean that Williams is going to slip to the No. 3 spot on the depth chart, meaning if the Eagles were interested in a potential trade for a running back, this could be a potential solution.