Sterling Sharpe: 595 catches, 8,134 receiving yards, 65 touchdowns in seven seasons. Neck injuries led to early retirement. Sharpe was a premier WR and three-time All-Pro.
Donald Driver: 743 catches, 10,137 yards, 61 receiving TDs in 14 seasons. Super Bowl champion (with Rodgers) and three-time Pro Bowler. Infectious smile.
Antonio Freeman: 431 catches, 6,651 receiving yards, 57 TDs in eight seasons. Won a ring as the go-to WR and posted 35 TDs in a three-season stretch during his prime.
Robert Brooks: 306/4,225/32 in seven seasons. Posted 1,497 yards and 13 TDs in 1995. A torn ACL in 1996 shortened his promising career.
Javon Walker: 2,444 receiving yards and 22 TDs in four seasons. A big play threat who got disgruntled, he amassed 89/1,382/12 in 2004.
Jordy Nelson: 550 catches, 7,848 yards, 69 touchdowns in nine seasons. He was on pace to surpass Sharpe in catches and yards.
Greg Jennings: 425 catches for 6,537 yards and 53 touchdowns in seven seasons with Green Bay. Two-time Pro Bowler who caught two TDs in the Packers’ Super Bowl XLV victory.
Davante Adams: In four seasons, his stat line reads 237/2,811/26. He’s a rising star; 22 of those TDs came in the past two years.
Randall Cobb: Cobb has 432 catches for 5,141 yards and 39 scores in seven seasons. In his 2014 Pro Bowl season, he posted 91/1,287/12.
James Jones: In eight seasons, he caught 360 passes for 45 TDs. Led the NFL in TD catches with 14 in 2012; no 1,000-yard seasons.
Tied at the end of regulation, the coin toss would be next. The organization surrounded both QBs with a great deal of receiving talent.