3. Who will be the other outside wide receiver?
This spot on the field may be a bit overrated as the Packers still have a decent array of pass-catching talent. Adams should be a beast again next season and hopefully, Randall Cobb will begin to return to form in the slot. They also have Graham who serves as a tight end only in name. Ty Montgomery, the former wide receiver, is also healthy and a threat to catch passes no matter where he lines up.
Regardless, the Packers have to address the starting outside spot opposite Adams. J’mon Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown were all drafted this season and will have a good chance to prove their worth and earn a starting spot.
Their biggest competition from roster holdovers appears to come from Geronimo Allison and Michael Clark. Allison has more the edge over Clark in experience, but not in talent. That’s where the 6-foot-6 Clark can gain momentum if he’s able to turn his raw abilities into concrete production on the field. This is one of the better competitions in all of football that will be worked out this summer.