Matt LaFleur wants to make a distinct upgrade to the Green Bay Packers roster, and there’s a foolproof way to do it.
Matt LaFleur leads very differently Green Bay Packers Team this year, that much is clear. They don’t just lose Aaron Rodgers by mutual decision to part ways and trade. Jets (at lastanyway) but they are. It’s also unlikely to bring back pitcher Mason Crosby. In the year Although it will take forward steps in 2022 after the fall of 2021.
That means the Packers will be up against filling their locker room with established and veteran players who can help guide young players and keep tight ends and tight ends at bay.
LaFleur knows that.
“Well, I think some veteran leadership would be nice.” LaFleur told ESPN’s Rob Demowski.. Although I think guys like Allen and Randall did a good job last year of taking those guys under their wing and showing them the ropes and the expectations and the practice level. But there will be a lot of growth with the two men, certainly Romeo and Christian. And then you have Samori Toure and we got a little glimpse of Bo Melton last year.
Thanks to LaFleur, the solution here is on the Packers front.
They could get Corey Davis back in the Aaron Rodgers trade.
Originally mentioned by Mike Florio on Pro Football Talk.Wide receiver Corey Davis would be an easy option for the Packers to not only fill their receiving corps to capacity, but also bring some wisdom and experience.
Davis has been in the league since 2017 and has played nearly 80 games since he was 70. Before joining the Jets, he spent most of his career with the Titans, catching passes from Marcus Mariota and Ryan Tannehill.
In the year He was the team’s leading receiver in 2018 and played second fiddle to AJ Brown in 2019 and 2020.
Davis won’t be a prolific receiver at this point in his career, but he can still provide the team with occasional boosts and efficient yards, averaging 14.5 yards a reception in 2021 and 16.8 in 2022.
But perhaps the best attribute he brings to the table is his composure and knowing what it’s like to play with young quarterbacks who need some room to make fewer mistakes. LaFleur really likes this, obviously.