2. Packers should ask about Bengals WR Tee Higgins, OL Jonah Williams
If the Green Bay Packers are in on a player like Jonathan Taylor, it would be fascinating to see them in on another offensive skill player like Tee Higgins of the Cincinnati Bengals. Hey, shouldn't the Packers have drafted Tee Higgins that one time?
It might cost you a first-round pick (at least) to get this kind of deal done, and would undoubtedly cost a bunch of money on top of that, but the Packers have a young QB under contract right now and they're not likely to have to pay him $50 million per year anytime soon.
Tee Higgins is capable of shouldering a true WR1 load, and at this point the Packers are relying on Christian Watson to do that. But with Tee Higgins as the featured piece of the Green Bay passing game, things could really open up for guys like Watson, Jayden Reed, and Romeo Doubs.
Wide receiver isn't the primary need for the Packers at the moment, but when certain guys become available, you at least have to inquire about the price. Perhaps the Bengals would even do something like Higgins for Watson and a pick...
Also, what's the deal right now with Jonah Williams? Does he still want to be traded? If so, it could be interesting to see what the Bengals would ask for in return for him, because he may not be in their long-term plans.
3. Packers should see if they can get WR Courtland Sutton for bargain
Even if it's a minor move, I like the idea of the Packers maybe adding a veteran receiver to this young room they currently have. Courtland Sutton could come at a discounted price, certainly by comparison to Tee Higgins, and could serve a crucial role for this offense.
Number one, the Packers really don't have a ton of veterans on that side of the ball. A player like Courtland Sutton, who could potentially be had for just a third-round pick, could provide some much-needed veteran presence to the Green Bay offense.
Again, the Packers aren't exactly struggling right now for receiver help, but a player like Sutton raises the floor of the room, gives you a good run blocker at the position, a red zone weapon, a veteran, a leader, and someone who could be great for young receivers to be around.