Packers roundup: Three-round mock draft, potential blockbuster trades

A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Sunday, Feb. 16.

Welcome to the Titletown Report.

The first NFL Sunday of the 2020 regular season is a little bit closer. It’s now just 30 more weeks away. Yeah, 30 weeks. That sounds like a lot.

Well, before then, we’re set for what promises to be another interesting offseason. And the decisions made in the coming months will shape the 2020 season. It should come as no surprise that the offseason is the focus of Sunday’s Titletown Report.

NFL Spin Zone looks at blockbuster trades that they’d like to see this offseason. Also, a look at the top free agents who could be available, and also, could Randall Cobb return to Green Bay?

News and notes from around FanSided

NFL Trade Rumors: Five blockbuster trades the NFL needs in 2020 offseason (NFL Spin Zone – Joe Kipp)

Joe Kipp of NFL Spin Zone looks at five blockbuster trades that need to happen around the NFL this offseason, and it includes the Packers making a move for a superstar wide receiver.

Three-round mock draft: Wide receiver in first round (Lombardi Ave)

If that doesn’t happen, they might turn to the first round to find help at receiver. That’s exactly how it happened in my latest three-round mock draft.

Is a reunion with Randall Cobb in the cards? (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)

Randall Cobb is a free agent next month. Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express looks at the possibility of a reunion in Green Bay.

The 10 best non-quarterback free agents (Dairyland Express – Brian Sampson)

Brian Sampson of Dairyland Express looks at the top 10 free agents who aren’t quarterbacks.

More news and notes from around the internet

Making the case for and against the Packers re-signing WR Geronimo Allison (Packers Wire – Zach Kruse)

Pack-A-Day Podcast – Episode 570 – Reviewing Green Bay’s Unrestricted Free Agents (Cheesehead TV)

Packers 2019 roster grades: Mason Crosby and Tyler Ervin save a poor unit overall (Acme Packing Company – Paul Noonan)

Green Bay Packers Needs Assessment: Wide Receiver (247Sports.com – Jacob Westendorf)

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