Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami
Braxton Berrios is a player that could be a difference maker for the Packers and wouldn’t cost a high draft pick. NFLDraftScout.com gives him a seventh round/UFA grade. If the Packers were to spend a first-round pick on a receiver this year (wouldn’t be a bad idea) a underclassman such as Courtland Sutton from SMU would be the way to go.
Berrios should be available fairly late and his height could hurt his draft stock. Despite this I think Green Bay should target Berrios.
The Packers need more competition at the bottom of the receiver depth chart and Berrios would provide that. The worst case scenario is that the Packers have to stash him on the practice squad for a year or two, similar to what they did with DeAngelo Yancey in 2017.
Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
The tight end position might be the Packers’ biggest need this offseason after the Martellus Bennett fiasco.
They could bring in a veteran tight end via free agency, such as Antonio Gates or Tyler Eifert, but even if they do that it would make sense to bring in a backup tight end that they could use in two tight end sets.
Troy Fumagalli would be an excellent addition to the Packers offense and drafting him would allow the Packers to target positions of need on the defensive side of the ball in the first round.