3 Wide Receiver Packers traded for unnamed DK Metcalf


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Aside from free agency and the upcoming NFL draft, there are other ways the Green Bay Packers could replenish their depleted wide-receiving corps.

In March, the Green Bay Packers traded All-Pro Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders. Reserve wide receivers Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown signed with the Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears, respectively.

If there are rumors of an NFL wide receiver on the trade block these days, rest assured the Packers are mentioned as admirers. The name DK Metcalf has been surfacing lately and of course connoisseurs (and others just guessing) are trying to figure out how Matt LaFleur’s club could win the talented target.

But that drill concerns the defending NFC North champion and who the team could trade alongside the Seahawks’ current wideout. And here’s an interesting twist. Each of these three named players is no longer on the team that drafted them.

3. Isaiah McKenzie (Buffalo Bills)

Just days before the start of fiscal 2022, the Buffalo Bills made sure one of their young wideouts didn’t make it to the open market. Isaiah McKenzie signed a two-year, $4.4 million deal (via Spotrac). Originally selected as a fifth-round draft by the Denver Broncos in 2017, he has played in 53 regular-season games for Sean McDermott’s team and caught 95 passes — seven for points.

It’s also worth noting that a Buffalo wide receiving corps featuring McKenzie, Stefon Diggs and up-and-coming Gabriel Davis also added veteran Jamison Crowder this offseason. Could Bills general manager Brandon Beane make McKenzie available to a team that has 11 draft decisions this month? 3 Wide Receiver Packers traded for unnamed DK Metcalf

John Verrall

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