Aaron Rodgers could use some more help in the passing game.
The Green Bay Packers did not give him that help in the NFL Draft. The NFC North franchise opted to take a quarterback – Jordan Love – in the first round and basically decided to pass on one of the deepest wide receiver drafts in a long time.
Perhaps Green Bay could get Rodgers some more help through a trade, though.
Former Cleveland Browns first-round NFL Draft pick David Njoku wants out. The talented tight end has reportedly demanded a trade.
Bleacher Report NFL analyst Chris Roling believes the Green Bay Packers could be an ideal landing spot for the Browns tight end. He proposed a blockbuster trade between the two franchises.
Browns Send David Njoku to Packers
Thanks to surrounding talent and an approach that can unlock the 23-year-old’s potential, the Green Bay Packers could be that team—especially now that Jimmy Graham is gone and with names like Jace Sternberger yet to emerge.
Those Packers could win a bidding war with a Day 2 pick—teams told ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler that he might be worth a fourth- or fifth-rounder—and get a 36-year-old Aaron Rodgers a high-upside weapon, while the Browns would rid the locker room of a player who doesn’t want to be in town.
Rodgers could certainly use more help in the passing game and the Packers might be able to get Njoku for a Day 2 NFL Draft pick.
Pull the trigger on the move, Green Bay.