National media outlet makes new trade suggestion for Packers that makes too much sense

National media outlet makes new trade suggestion for Packers that makes too much sense

It seems inevitable at this point that the Green Bay Packers will make a trade or two before the deadline on November 1. Aaron Rodgers made it clear after week six that he wants Green Bay to be active at the trade deadline.

 

 

And I’d say it’s highly likely that the Packers’ front office obliges the reigning back-to-back NFL MVP.

 

 

National media outlet makes new trade suggestion for Packers that makes too much sense

 

 

Trading for a wide receiver is probably at the top of Green Bay’s priority list. If that ends up being the case, then Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, according to The Athletic, could be an option.

From The Athletic:

PERHAPS A MORE REALISTIC TRADE CANDIDATE FOR THE BRONCOS WOULD BE WIDE RECEIVER JERRY JEUDY.

 

 

National media outlet makes new trade suggestion for Packers that makes too much sense

 

 

THE FIRST-ROUND PICK IN 2020 HAS SHOWN FLASHES OF TOP-FLIGHT PLAY-MAKING ABILITY, HIS 67-YARD CONTESTED TOUCHDOWN CATCH AGAINST SEATTLE IN WEEK 1 SERVING AS A PRIME EXAMPLE.

BUT CONSISTENCY HAS ALWAYS BEEN AN ISSUE WITH JEUDY DATING BACK TO HIS ROOKIE SEASON, AND HIS THIRD YEAR IN THE LEAGUE HAS BEEN NO DIFFERENT. HE HAS JUST 13 CATCHES ON 29 TARGETS IN THE LAST FIVE GAMES FOR 188 YARDS.

 

 

National media outlet makes new trade suggestion for Packers that makes too much sense

OVERALL, HIS 47.2 PERCENT CATCH RATE IN 2022 RANKS 80TH AMONG 81 QUALIFYING WIDE RECEIVERS, ACCORDING TO TRUMEDIA.

The Athletic noted that Jeudy would be a good option for the Packers due to the Broncos running a similar offense as Green Bay.

Denver head coach Nathaniel Hackett served as the Packers’ offensive coordinator for three seasons before taking over as the Broncos’ head coach this past offseason.

National media outlet makes new trade suggestion for Packers that makes too much sense

Jeudy, a former first-round pick out of Alabama, has plenty of potential, but he’s been in some less-than-ideal situations in Denver.

A fresh start in Green Bay playing alongside a future Hall of Famer in Aaron Rodgers could be just what Jeudy needs.

And it might be just the Packers’ offense needs, too.

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