DaeSean Hamilton, Denver Broncos
Of all the receivers in this article, DaeSean Hamilton might be the most affordable in a trade. A fourth-round pick by the Denver Broncos in 2018, Hamilton is yet to make a big impact in the NFL.
The Broncos’ wide receiver room is led by rising star Courtland Sutton, who is coming off the back of a Pro Bowl season. Denver just used its top two draft picks on receivers Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler, and just last year drafted pass-catching tight end Noah Fant in the first round. This could be one of the best receiving groups in the NFL, but there won’t be many targets left for Hamilton.
Hamilton has 540 receiving yards and three touchdowns in his first two seasons, and it’s possible the Broncos would be willing to listen to offers. Would they turn down a late-round pick given their incredible depth at wide receiver?
For a late-round pick, this is another low-risk move the Packers could make, and the upside would make it worthwhile. Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller gave Hamilton a third-round grade ahead of the 2018 NFL Draft.
It’s possible that with a fresh start in a new offense, and with Aaron Rodgers throwing the ball his way, Hamilton could be a good addition.