3 wide receiver targets for the Packers in the second round of the NFL Draft

K.J. Hamler, Packers, NFL Draft
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The Green Bay Packers have had an interesting offseason so far, to say the least. While Brian Gutekunst didn’t have a ton of money to utilize, he has made the most of it.

So far in free agency, the Packers have signed linebacker Christian Kirksey, offensive tackle Rick Wagner, and wide receiver Devin Funchess. They also re-signed running back Tyler Ervin. Unfortunately, longtime offensive lineman Bryan Bulaga left town to sign with the Los Angeles Chargers.

While the Packers are feeling good about the moves they have made, the fans are anxious about the moves they haven’t made. One position in particular is being talked. That position would be wide receiver.

Funchess is an intriguing addition, but he doesn’t add a ton of playmaking. Green Bay needs more speed, which is where the 2020 NFL Draft could come into play.

Most fans want the team to look at the first round for a receiver. Green Bay holds the No. 30 overall pick in the draft. However, waiting until the second round is a real possibility for the Packers.

Let’s dive in and take a look at three potential wide receivers the Packers could target at No. 62 overall in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.