3. Kendrick Bourne, NE
Lastly, a receiver that's likely to be moved is New England Patriots veteran Kendrick Bourne. The Patriots are enduring a miserable season at 1-5, much to the chagrin of other NFL fans everywhere. Let's be real, it's about time the Patriots deal with a little suffering, right?
Anyway, Bourne is 28 years old and set to become a free agent after this season. So, his cost would be very minimal; think similar to the previous two guys. The Packers could get him for a late-round pick or even a late swap.
This season, Bourne has actually come on strong as of late. Bourne is coming off a 10-reception game against the Raiders last week. New England's receiving room is a mess and will likely have to be completely revamped this next offseason, so they'd like to get something, if anything, for Bourne while they can.
On the year, Bourne has 28 receptions for 307 yards and two touchdowns. He might not be a big difference-maker, but Bourne would offer Love and the offense a highly-consistent wideout who simply does his job, and that's something Green Bay needs. Mistake-free football is an area the Packers would like to be playing in as soon as possible.