Samori Toure has fallen to the bottom of the Packers' wide receiver depth chart. The second-year receiver played 88 offensive snaps in the opening four games of the season, but his opportunities decreased dramatically once Christian Watson returned from injury in Week 5.
Toure played 14 snaps over the next three games but has since been inactive four times in five weeks. Notably, undrafted rookie Malik Heath has moved ahead of him on the depth chart.
Even with Watson likely out this week due to injury, Toure probably won't play many snaps, even if he is active. Jayden Reed, Romeo Doubs, Dontayvion Wicks, and Heath are all playing regular snaps, and Watson will take back his starting role when he returns.
It's tough to see where the opportunities will come from for Toure. The Packers may want to add another receiver to the mix in the offseason. They still arguably lack a true WR1.
Toure has been active for 19 games across two seasons but has made only 10 catches for 144 yards and a touchdown. With a young, unproven receiving corps, this was the year to make an impact and earn more snaps, but it doesn't seem like Toure is in the Packers' plans.