Green Bay Packers
Opting to trade away Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders was a major risk by the Green Bay Packers. One that’s made things more difficult to find efficiency on offense despite the presence of some talented young wideouts and NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
It’s been inconsistent in terms of continuity where the Packers are concerned so far. Although they do find themselves at 2-1 thanks in no small part to an outstanding defense capable of great things this season.
If the Packers find themselves in contention once again leading up to the trade deadline, then it might see the front office look at acquiring another weapon in the passing game.
At least from a physical standpoint, Terrace Marshall Jr. offers something a little different. Playing with some like Rodgers could be all the wideout needs to get his career back on track, too.
In an ideal world, the Carolina Panthers would like to get Marshall out of the NFC on the off chance he ends up reaching the heights expected entering the league. That seems like a long way off now, so striking while the player still has value could be the best thing for all parties.
This would need Rodgers’ approval and his patience with underperforming skill position players is renowned. So Marshall would need to hit the ground running immediately in this scenario.