1. Dez Bryant, WR
Dez Bryant is the most well-known player on this list and, perhaps, the biggest risk as well. He’s the true definition of a high-risk, high-reward player.
At his best, Bryant uses his 6-foot-2, 220-pound frame to make up for his lack of separation ability. This dominating physical presence allows him to keep defenders at bay while he goes and makes a play on the ball. He was able to create enough separation with Tony Romo and Dak Prescott, imagine what he could do with Rodgers.
At his worst, he’s a diva who needs attention at all times. If he’s not getting that attention from Rodgers, who notoriously loves to spread the ball around, he could become a negative influence in the locker room and on the plethora of young receivers.
Even still, the Packers are one Davante Adams injury or concussion away from having a major problem at the receiver position. Even though Dez is thought of to have had a couple of bad seasons in a row, he did haul in 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season. And he has the potential to produce a lot more in the Green and Gold.