It would be wrong to say there were high expectations for Samori Toure entering the season, but many were excited by his upside. The former seventh-round pick had shown some potential despite having limited opportunities as a rookie.
Entering year two, Toure had the chance to compete for snaps as one of the Packers' top four wide receivers.
Toure had that opportunity in the early weeks of the season while Christian Watson was out with a hamstring injury. Toure and Romeo Doubs were the only available receivers who weren't rookies. But Toure barely made an impact, making four catches for 59 yards in the opening four games of the season.
Since Week 5, Toure has lost snaps to Dontayvion Wicks. He played a total of 14 snaps from Weeks 5-7 and has been a healthy scratch in the previous two games.
Toure doesn't contribute on special teams. He has only played two career special teams snaps, both in Week 16 last season. He hasn't played a single snap on special teams this year.
Notably, undrafted rookie Malik Heath has moved ahead of Toure on the depth chart. He was a healthy scratch in Weeks 4-7 following Watson's return from injury but has taken Toure's place in the lineup for the past two games.
Toure hasn't made the second-year jump the Packers hoped for, and he may not play another snap this season.