Packers head coach Matt LaFleur doesn't need to be told where Green Bay has a hole in its offense. He knows that the team is beyond thin at receiver.
At the NFL's owners meetings Tuesday, LaFleur was very open about the Packers' deficiencies at wideout.
"Certainly, if you look at our roster right now, we definitely need to get some speed in that room," LaFleur said. "We need a legit guy that can take off the top of the coverage. We lost a guy that was pretty good at doing that."
Green Bay wasn't able to retain five-time Pro Bowler Davante Adams this offseason; who jumped to the Las Vegas Raiders five-year, $141 million deal.
The Packers still have Randall Cobb, Allen Lazard and the young Amari Rodgers. But, that doesn't offset the major losses on the outside.
"It's like putting a puzzle together; you've got to find those pieces that you're missing and put it all together," LaFleur continued. "How that's going to look in the end? I have no idea right now."
Green Bay still has its back-to-back reigning MVP at quarterback, who signed a massive three-year, $150 million extension.
Adams was an outstanding second-round find for the Packers back in 2014; and it should be noted it took some time for him to grow into All-Pro form.
As far as who LaFleur and the Pack could look at as a possible replacement; the draft is an option. As well as, veteran signings or a potential trade for the Seahawks DK Metcalf.