3 Packers whose stock has plummeted after OTAs and minicamp

Which Packers players have seen their stock go way down after OTAs and minicamp?
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3. Grant DuBose, wide receiver

There's no doubt that the Green Bay Packers have one of the most talented wide receiver groups in the entire NFL. The Packers have invested a lot in this position over the last couple of NFL Draft classes, and they are reaping the benefits.

Christian Watson has more touchdowns (12) than any other receiver drafted from 2022-23. Jayden Reed emerged last year as a viable go-to weapon in the Packers' offense not only as a receiver but getting handed the ball out of the backfield as well. Romeo Doubs has come through with some big-time plays and seems to be emerging as a top target for this team and led all players in Green Bay last year with 96 overall targets.

Other young players like Dontayvion Wicks, Malik Heath, and Bo Melton have shown up big for the Packers not just in preseason games but actual regular season games.

The fact that so many guys have put stuff on tape in regular season action already doesn't bode well for second-year player Grant DuBose, a seventh-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft who certainly doesn't lack talent or athletic traits. DuBose has yet to really stand out this offseason, and with someone like Bo Melton stacking days and really emerging into a bigger role, is there even a place for DuBose on this roster?

The Packers' front office and coaching staff have tough decisions looming, but maybe especially so at the wide receiver position in 2024.

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