Packers Off to Fast Starts in Training Camp: Devonte Wyatt
In spite of entering the league as a first-round pick in the previous year’s draft, Devonte Wyatt’s inaugural season saw him garner limited playing time, often residing in the shadow of established veterans Kenny Clark, Dean Lowry, and Jarran Reed on the depth chart.
However, with the departures of both Lowry and Reed in free agency, the stage is now set for Wyatt to seize the opportunity that beckons. Alongside TJ Slaton, he is poised to assume a notable role beside Clark, compelling both players to underscore their value to the Green Bay squad.
Wyatt boasts one of the most promising ceilings within the Packers’ defensive roster when the discussion turns to consistent in-game contributions. His capacity to disrupt plays and foil the offensive game plan is undeniable, a skill he’s showcased with growing frequency during training camp. Yet, enhancing his performance reliability remains a focal point of development. While a positive trajectory has been initiated, Wyatt’s next step is to sustain this progress and build upon his successes.