Green Bay has been named as a landing spot for unrestricted free agent receiver Cameron Meredith after he was cut by the New Orleans Saints. The 26-year-old is coming off of an injury plagued 2018 season during which he caught 19 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns in just 10 games.

The “green bay packers players” is the landing spot for a deep threat receiver. The Packers have signed Jordy Nelson to a three-year deal worth $39 million.

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Getty DeSean Jackson might be acquired by the Packers before the trade deadline.

Following Robert Tonyan’s season-ending ACL injury, the Green Bay Packers may be looking for another receiving threat.

Tonyan’s agency verified the seriousness of his injuries early on Friday afternoon, October 29. With Marques Valdes-Scantling (hamstring) already sidelined since Week 3, the Packers have been playing with a weakened receiving corps for the entire season.

With the trade deadline approaching on Nov. 2, the Packers may be interested in adding another weapon to Aaron Rodgers’ arsenal. DeSean Jackson of the Los Angeles Rams is a viable possibility for Green Bay, according to CBS Sports’ Bryan DeArdo.

“Green Bay recently lost tight end Robert Tonyan, so the Packers may be looking for a new receiver to help offset that loss,” DeArdo said. “The Packers signed Randall Cobb last summer at Aaron Rodgers’ request, so it’s not ridiculous to imagine they’d do the same with Jackson if Rodgers makes a similar request.”

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Jackson is looking for a way to get out of Los Angeles.

Jackson, a 14-year veteran, is requesting a trade, and Rams head coach Sean McVay said on Friday, October 29, that the organization is allowing him to explore his alternatives.

“I think it goes down to chances that I believe he deserves, as well as the position and some of the situations that surround him,” McVay said.

In the offseason, the former three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver agreed to a one-year contract for $4.5 million. Despite the Rams’ strong start to the season, Jackson has been a seldom utilized offensive weapon.

This season, the fast receiver has only caught eight catches for 221 yards and a score. In fact, in the last three weeks, he’s only caught three receptions for 80 yards. Jackson only played four snaps in the team’s Week 7 triumph against the Detroit Lions.

Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods, the Rams’ receiving tandem, are already one of the finest in the league. When asked whether Jackson’s possible departure would create a gap in the offense, McVay dismissed the idea.

“No. “I don’t believe so,” McVay said. “I think he’s a fantastic player with a terrific track record and credentials, and I believe that given the circumstances, he should be able to be open-minded.” This is probably not what he had in mind, and I believe he deserves a chance to explore whether there are other possibilities for him out there.”


Outside of Davante Adams, the Packers are short on weapons.

With Rodgers likely entering his last season in Green Bay, the Packers would benefit from adding a deep-threat receiver to their receiving corps as they prepare for a possible Super Bowl push.

Jackson is probably his generation’s finest deep-threat receiver, averaging 17.5 yards per reception during his career and topping the NFL in that statistic four times.

On offensively, the Packers could need a boost. The squad is presently ranked 16th in the NFL in points scored per game (24.0 PPG), and Davante Adams is overused. This season, the All-Pro receiver has caught 52 of the 96 passes thrown to Packers wide outs (54.1 percent ).

Randall Cobb is the team’s second-closest receiver, with 17 receptions for 194 yards and four touchdowns.

To lead the team, Adams is averaging 14.3 yards per catch. Bringing in a deep threat like Jackson would fill a need for the Packers and provide Rodgers with a potentially dependable weapon, something he lacks outside of Adams at the receiver and tight end positions.

While a number of competing teams will likely be clamoring for Jackson’s services before the trade deadline, the Packers should at the very least make a go at this home run threat of a receiver.


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