At 2-3, the Green Bay Packers are still far from being out of any playoff race. With the October 31 trade deadline nearing, could Green Bay try and make some moves to get closer to a playoff spot?
Per ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the Packers have recently checked in on the wide receiver market.
Green Bay has yet to see a wide receiver step into the WR1 role this year, but short of trading for guys like Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy, the Packers won't find a legitimate WR1 on the trade market. Yet, they could look at going after one of the more under-the-radar names that are available.
1. Terrace Marshall, CAR
At one point, Terrace Marshall was a second-round pick out of LSU and looking like he could become a real threat as a pro. Playing alongside Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson with the Tigers, Marshall held his own. He had some monster seasons despite sharing the field with those guys.
But, since entering the NFL, Marshall hasn't quite performed up to snuff. Still, he offers the Packers a 6-foot-2 frame who can play inside or outside and, at just 23 years old, Marshall has plenty of time left to develop. Maybe, he just needs a change of scenery with a team that shows belief in him.
In three seasons, Marshall has tallied 61 receptions for 742 yards and one touchdown. He could likely be had for a late-round pick, if the Packers wanted to kick the tires, here. Would he develop into a WR1? Probably not, but Marshall would certainly help push the rest of the receiver room into becoming more than they currently are.