Sean Richardson is probably the guy least-likely to start on this list. The Packers’ safeties, as a group, were the weakness of the team in 2013. We know they’re very interested in adding a playmaker to the group they currently have. They’ll probably find a way to do that. Strange things happen, though. Let’s say they can’t get their guy in the draft and they don’t sign a free agent. We’re pretty sure M.D. Jennings won’t be returning as the starter, if he returns at all. Richardson is pretty much the next man up. Richardson played in only five games on special teams as a rookie in 2012. He played in six in 2013 after returning from the physically unable to perform list. He took snaps away from Jennings on defense late in the season, finishing with 13 tackles. Richardson is improving. Slowly… but he is improving.