Sep 26, 2020; Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks wide receiver Treylon Burks turns to run after making a reception during the third quarter of the game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Donald W.
Takeaway: Not only could the Green Bay Packers be without Davante Adams in 2022, but at this point, Amari Rodgers is the only receiver under contract beyond this season.
Takeaway: Is 2022 the year that the Green Bay Packers finally take a first-round linebacker? My guess is no.
Assuming Jordan Love will take the reigns from Aaron Rodgers in 2022, the Packers will finally be proactive in giving him weapons.
Takeaway: I’ve discussed before how the Green Bay Packers typically value premium positions in the first round, and guard is not one of them.
The only way I could maybe see something like this happening is if Jenkins permanently moves to right tackle and Lucas Patrick is gone after this season–two things that could happen.
“Whether the quarterback is Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love, protecting them remains the top priority for the Packers.
Takeaway: Now, this is a pick that I can get behind.
“A chiseled and rocked-up body type, Sanders has the physique and explosiveness to become an early contributor during his pro career.
With a cap hit in 2022 north of $28 million, the Packers either have to extend him or cut him next offseason.
“When you are a receiver at Alabama, you are expected to be great, and John Metchie III fits the billing.
Takeaway: As I mentioned when discussing Burks, wide receiver could very well be a big need for the Green Bay Packers next offseason.
Takeaway: At least at this point, if the Packers did end up with Olave at pick 30, many would consider it a huge steal as the Ohio State receiver is regarded as one of, if not the best receiver in this class by a number of evaluators.