3. Allen Robinson, WR
Assuming they re-sign Davante Adams, the Packers could have the league’s best wide receiver tandem if they then added Allen Robinson. Many reports suggested the Packers had interest in signing Robinson the last time he was a free agent, but the star wide receiver ended up signing with the division-rival Chicago Bears. One has to wonder whether he regrets that choice seeing the success Green Bay’s offense has had compared to Chicago’s.
But Robinson has had no shortage of targets while with the Bears. In his three seasons in Chicago, Robinson has caught 255 passes for 3,151 yards and 17 touchdowns. And that’s despite playing in an inconsistent Bears offense that has struggled often.
That wouldn’t be the case in Green Bay, as long as Aaron Rodgers is still the quarterback. Even if it’s Jordan Love throwing the ball, there’s good reason to believe the Packers will still be able to move the ball downfield in Matt LaFleur’s system.
Imagine a scenario in which the Packers still have Rodgers and they work on a long-term extension with Davante Adams, something ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported is “expected”. Now imagine they go and sign Allen Robinson, who is also one of the top receivers in the game.
Good luck stopping that offense.