Jason Wilde breaks down the Green Bay Packers' roster by position in a nine-part series, looking at the team's depth, competitions for playing time and which players to watch out for this season.
“I think in general, for all players, having competition usually elevates their game,” general manager Brian Gutekunst said.
Coach Matt LaFleur said near the end of the team’s virtual offseason program that Dillon joining forces with Jones and Williams doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll be three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust time in Green Bay this season.
“For them to not pick a guy early on, to me, says they really like our (wide receivers),” quarterback Aaron Rodgers said midway through the virtual offseason program.
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“We’re all in this sucker together,” coach Matt LaFleur said.
“Obviously, this year presents different types of challenges than years past. And it’s crazy to think of, that those are the types of conversations that we have to have in order to play,” Rodgers said. “But that’s the reality we live in.”