Jordy Nelson's time in Green Bay is over. The longtime Lambeau star was released by the Packers earlier this week, just moments after the team signed tight end Jimmy Graham.
Nelson has been Aaron Rodgers's favorite target for virtually their entire careers with the Packers. In 2014, he was selected to the Pro Bowl and named a second-team All-Pro.
Don't feel too bard for Nelson, though, he landed on his feet. According to Adam Schefter, Nelson signed a two-year deal with the Oakland Raiders.
Nelson went down during the 2015 preseason with a torn ACL, costing him the entire year. He bounced back for 1,257 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2016, winning the Comeback Player of the Year honor.
Nelson played in 15 games, catching 53 passes—his lowest mark since 2012—and six touchdowns, his fewest since 2010 - all with Aaron Rodgers sidelined due to injury.
He'll have Derek Carr throwing him the ball for the next two years. Adjust your fantasy teams accordingly.