It's a new dawn for Packers wide receivers. All-Pro wideout Davante Adams is gone, opening the door for a fairly unproven group of pass-catchers to make a name for itself.
The concerns are obvious. Adams accounted for a third of Green Bay's total receiving yards in 2021. Only one other player — Allen Lazard — cracked 500 receiving yards.
That means there's a lot of room for growth for the Packers' wide receiver room. With a host of newcomers, namely rookies Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs and free agent-signing Sammy Watkins, it's a new-look unit in more ways than one.