3 under-the-radar receivers the Packers could trade for

Green Bay is supposedly checking in on the receiver market
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2. Hunter Renfrow, LV

For a long time now, the Las Vegas Raiders have been shopping slot receiver Hunter Renfrow. Earlier in the offseason, the Raiders signed former New England Patriots wideout Jakobi Meyers to a deal, which would ultimately spell the end of Renfrown in Las Vegas. But, the Raiders have been unable to find a home for him.

That could work to a buyer's benefit like Green Bay, who probably wouldn't have to give up more than a sixth-round pick to land Renfrow. The 27-year-old veteran is two years removed from his lone Pro Bowl season back in 2021, where he caught 103 passes for 1,038 yards and nine touchdowns from Derek Carr.

Renfrow is a crafty veteran who works well to get open, with or without space. He knows how to position his body toward a quarterback in order to give him a clear passing lane. Renfrow would be a nice security blanket for Jordan Love, who is still trying to find his way as a pro.

The Packers would have the option to keep Renfrow through the 2024 season which is when his contract is up, or they could get out with minimal loss if they'd like.