Wide receiver is a need for the Green Bay Packers this offseason.
Over the past year, the team has lost three key veterans in Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and now Allen Lazard. That number will become four if we assume the Packers aren't going to re-sign Randall Cobb this offseason.
That leaves Green Bay with an inexperienced wide receiver corps. And it appears head coach Matt LaFleur wants to do something about it.
"We're going to have to add some bodies to that room," LaFleur said, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky.
While the Packers can add depth to their wide receiver corps in the draft, LaFleur hinted at wanting to also bring in a veteran.
"Well, I think some veteran leadership would be nice," LaFleur added.
With limited options remaining in free agency, perhaps the Packers will bring Corey Davis to Green Bay in the Aaron Rodgers trade.
The Jets have NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Garrett Wilson leading their receiver room, and they have since added Allen Lazard and Mecole Hardman this offseason. They may still add Odell Beckham Jr.
Davis would be a good addition to the Packers' offense. He would be a complementary receiver to Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs, while also bringing much-needed experience to the offense.
Other Packers news and notes
Dontayvion Wicks a player to watch in 2023 NFL Draft for Packers
On the topic of wide receivers, the Packers could look to add to the depth chart in the draft.
Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express takes a look at Virginia's Dontayvion Wicks, writing about what he could bring to Green Bay's offense.
There's no doubt the Packers need to add depth to their receiving corps. Trading for Corey Davis would provide one potential solution, but they should also draft a receiver.
Lambeau Field gets an upgrade
If you visit Lambeau Field this season, you may notice something different. According to Jeff Bollier of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Packers are installing new video boards to the stadium.
Bollier reports that they will be in 4K resolution with a 20% larger display.