5. He’s a proven commodity.
Bryant has proven he can have success at the highest level in the NFL and that’s more than you can say about any of the other receivers on the Packers’ roster not named Davante Adams or Randall Cobb.
Even if he has declining skills at 29-years-old, he’s still a playmaker and someone who knows what it takes to thrive in this league. After all, it wasn’t all that long ago when he was a Dezstructable force, posting back-to-back-to-back seasons with 1200 plus yards and 12 or more touchdowns.
Especially when you compare it to the rest of the receivers the Packers might go with. Geronimo Allison, with all 35 career receptions, and Trevor Davis, 33 career receptions, feel like the old men of the group when compared to second-year player Michael Clark and rookies J’Mon Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown.
It’s scary to think one of these unproven youngsters will have a large role in the Packers offense if they enter the season as is.