Packers: 3 dream trade targets before deadline to help Super Bowl push

Odell Beckham Jr. (Photo by Nick Cammett/Getty Images)
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Kyle Fuller (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)
Kyle Fuller (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images) /

Kyle Fuller, CB

The Packers have shown interest in signing Kyle Fuller in the past. They actually signed Fuller to an offer sheet in 2018, but the Chicago Bears matched. It worked out well for the Packers as they drafted Jaire Alexander a month later.

Four years on, imagine Fuller being paired with Alexander in Green Bay’s secondary.

Fuller had a great career in Chicago, being named a first-team All-Pro in 2018 and twice being voted to the Pro Bowl. It sure would be fun to have him join another former Bear, Adrian Amos, in the Packers’ defense.

Like with the other two players, trading for Fuller could be difficult given the Packers’ current salary-cap position, however, he’s a free agent in 2022. If the team could make it work, they wouldn’t have to commit beyond this season. It would very much be a move to go all-in for the current year. It is the ‘Last Dance’, after all.

Fuller started all 16 games for the Bears last year and five of six for the Denver Broncos this season.

According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Broncos received calls in the preseason but wanted “roughly a third- or fourth-rounder” in return.

That alone could put the Packers off. Fuller’s cap hit, too. But if the Packers could make it work, Fuller would be a huge addition to Joe Barry’s defense.

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