The Green Bay Packers reportedly remain interested in a notable wide receiver trade heading into Tuesday’s deadline.
Green Bay has been one of the top offenses in the league this season, but Aaron Rodgers could always use another wide receiver to throw to.
The Packers reportedly have their eyes on one notable wide receiver. Green Bay reportedly has serious interest in trading for Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller.
The Texans could reportedly be in sell mode, as the team has won just one game this season. Outside of a couple of players, everyone could be on the trading block in Houston, including Fuller.
NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport had the details:
The Packers may have the second-highest scoring offense in the NFL, but they still may add a weapon down the stretch. Sources say Green Bay has maintained interest in Texans WR Will Fuller over the past few weeks, and that interest goes back as far as the summer. Expect that to ramp up as Tuesday nears. It’ll likely take a high pick, as Houston needs to restock its draft board. Kenny Stills has also drawn some interest. But if the Texans decide Fuller isn’t there for the long-term, it does make sense to trade him. As for Green Bay, handing Aaron Rodgers another deep threat is downright scary.
The NFL’s trade deadline is set for Tuesday afternoon.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 1, 2020