The NFL Network ran the first leg of their NFL Top 100 of 2018, and four Green Bay Packers are in with #81-100 announced.
In the first stage, the NFL Network announced three Green Bay Packers in the first ten players announced. Safety Haha Clinton-Dix checked in at #100, down from #77 a year a go; defensive tackle Mike Daniels is back in the Top 100 at #93 after placing #84 in 2017; and Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari made it into the Top 100 at #91 after not placing last season.
The second stage was announced later in the evening Monday night. New Packers tight end Jimmy Graham cracked the list at #89 after not being on the list last season.
Additionally, former Wisconsin Badgers defensive end J.J. Watt is #84 this year after placing #35 last year, primarily due to the major injuries he's suffered the past two seasons.
The top 80 on the list haven't been announced yet. Last season, only two other Packers made the list, Aaron Rodgers (a lock to make it) and Clay Matthews (not so much). Two former Packers, Jordy Nelson and Casey Hayward, also made it on the 2017 version of the Top 100. Another Packer to watch to see if he makes the list is receiver Davante Adams.