The Green Bay Packers would love to find a complementary piece to pair with their No. 1 wide receiver, Davante Adams, in coming years. And while fellow wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling has been a nice find, landing someone with more explosiveness might be a wise move to continue supporting the future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers’ career.
Rodgers’ passing numbers have been down this season anyway, and one can point the finger a bit at first-year head coach Matt LaFleur’s offense taking a while to implement.
Either way, some offensive reinforcements are needed here.
Jerry Jeudy might be getting the vast majority of publicity for his receiving efforts at Alabama. But those have been made possible in no small part to his supporting teammate, wide receiver Henry Ruggs III.
At 6-foot-0 and 183 pounds, Ruggs might be destined for more slot duties at the pro level, unless he puts on some added weight. But he’s shifty and moves well in space, making him a potentially dynamic receiving threat for Rodgers and Co.