The Green Bay Packers could use a veteran quarterback in the building to help mentor Jordan Love in his first year as a starter, and one analyst thinks that the franchise could make a big swing for one this offseason.

Following the 2023 NFL Draft, Cody Benjamin with CBS Sports gave his list of players who could still be traded this offseason. When discussing Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Benjamin named the Packers as a top landing spot, along with the Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons.

“…At a steep salary, with the Titans just trading up to draft Will Levis at No. 33 overall, it’s very possible the team could solicit offers for its incumbent starter,” Benjamin wrote. “Coach Mike Vrabel hasn’t committed to Tannehill being on the roster come Week 1, and while the Titans would certainly be more likely to contend for another playoff run if he stays, it’s clear new general manager Ran Carthon is thinking about the future.”

While the 34-year-old starter has plenty of experience and would be a reliable voice in Green Bay’s locker room, Tannehill is also on the final year of a massive $118 million contract. With a cap hit of $36.6 million in 2023, the Packers simply wouldn’t be able to afford bringing him in unless he was cut and signed on a veteran minimum deal.