The Packers are known for having one of the deepest corps of receivers in the NFL in addition to a top five quarterback in Aarin Rodgers. Many have stated that the the likes of Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, James Jones, Randall Cobb, and longtime veteran Donald Driver could start for most any team in the NFL.
But lately, the Packers have been hit with injury at the position. Greg Jennings had to have surgery to help his groin injury, and Jordy Nelson has recently been hit with hamstring injuries. The Packers are left with reliable threats in James Jones, Randall Cobb, and Donald Driver, but they have neglected their tight ends.
After all, they thought enough of them last season to keep five of them. They need to do more in the passing game.
Starter Jermichael Finley has regressed since his breakout season a few years ago, dropping balls and becoming less of a target in the passing game. Second-year tight end DJ Williams was a great receiving threat coming out of Arkansas, and won the Mackey Award in his last season. He broke out early in training camp, but only has four receptions on the season.