Projecting Green Bay Packers skill-position depth chart and fantasy impact

Even after falling to the eventual-champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers to conclude last season, the future for the Packers appeared bright at the onset of the offseason.

The Packers have publicly stated that they will not trade Rodgers and intend for him to continue as their starting quarterback for “2021 and beyond,” even reportedly offering the quarterback a contract extension.

If Rodgers does ultimately return, the roster looks fairly similar on offense from the one that led the NFL in scoring a season ago.

Love, while a first-round selection, did not suit up for a single regular-season or playoff game last season and has yet to take an NFL snap outside of practice.

As stated above, Love has not taken a single NFL snap outside of practice and has never suited up for a game.

But while every skill-position player in Green Bay would benefit from Rodgers’ return, none of them have a bigger stake in his situation than Adams. A season ago, the wideout caught 115 passes for 1,374 yards and an NFL-leading 18 touchdowns despite missing two games.

Tonyan’s role could grow and he could still put together strong statistics, but he probably will not post an 88.1% catch rate again.

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