One NFL executive didn’t paint Aaron Rodgers in a good light when it comes to his desire for wide receivers.
Mike Sando from The Athletic spoke with an NFL talent evaluator who said the Packers need help at wide receiver, but also that no one is good enough for Rodgers.
“There’s so much there (in Green Bay) that we don’t know when it comes to Aaron Rodgers and his receivers,” the evaluator told Sand. “It’s almost like, ‘Why spend premium capital on someone the quarterback probably won’t like?’ That seems to me. Rodgers also plays a part in making it seem like no one is good enough. They cannot please him.’
The Packers have struggled a lot at the receiver position so far. They only have one receiver (Allen Lazard) with 300+ receiving yards this season.
They also don’t have a real top target after deciding to trade Davante Adams during the offseason.
Assuming the Packers miss the playoffs this season, they will certainly be in the market for a top receiver when free agency opens.