2. Jets may not trade Corey Davis to Packers
Corey Davis might not be the most exciting offseason addition the Packers could make. I get it. However, Green Bay needs a veteran receiver to help out an inexperienced group, and Davis would be a smart addition.
Had the Jets landed Odell Beckham, there would've been no room on the depth chart for Davis. With Garrett Wilson, Beckham, Allen Lazard, and Mecole Hardman, Davis would've become a cut candidate. Instead of releasing him, the Jets could've included the former first-rounder in the Aaron Rodgers trade with Green Bay.
But without Beckham, the Jets could opt to keep Davis.
Davis would be a sensible addition for the Packers. He would fill the need for a veteran receiver, while providing steady play as the WR3.
The former fifth overall pick has spent two seasons with the New York Jets. Despite having some pretty inconsistent quarterback play, Davis has been a reliable receiver, catching 66 passes for 1,028 yards and six touchdowns, averaging 15.6 yards per reception.
Davis is 6-foot-3, 209 pounds, and would give Jordan Love a reliable veteran target in the passing game.
However, with Beckham heading to Baltimore, any plans for the Packers to trade for Davis could be off.