4. Green Bay Packers
Along with the idea of getting to develop along with Rosen and Fitzgerald, playing with the future Hall-of-Fame Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is equally as intriguing. Despite the injury last season to his knee, Rodgers should be ready to go for yet another big season in 2019.
The Packers don’t boast the same receiving corps that it used to. It’s a shell of its former self with an aging and often injured Randall Cobb and former Notre Dame Fighting Irish standout Eq St. Brown leading the way. Cobb is set to be a free agent this off-season anyway. This is a big time for the Packers to start building this offense for the future through the 2019 NFL Draft.
If the Packers do go the route of selecting a handful of wide receivers, Lil’Jordan Humphrey could be a solid value pickup in the middle rounds. That is he if falls down draft boards on day two, though. Green Bay also has some big needs to fill at edge rusher and safety. Upgrading some of the other skill position talent couldn’t hurt either.
The Packers could use a bigger receiver now that could be a reliable target in the passing game for Rodgers. Humphrey is a good fit for that role, even if he isn’t the speediest receiver in this draft class. He is a sizable 6-foot-4 and more than 200 pound stud that will make a difference if he lands in a good spot.