Rookie wide receiver Romeo Doubs has been the talk of Green Bay Packers camp this summer.

The fourth-round draft selection out of Nevada has wowed everyone from reporters to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during the early portion of training camp.

With Davante Adams no longer in Green Bay, the Packers are looking for a new No. 1 wide receiver to step up this season.

Maybe that will be Doubs. The early signs are certainly encouraging. And Rodgers seems to love him, which is obviously important.

On Monday, however, the promising rookie finally had his welcome to the NFL moment.

Doubs went up against Pro-Bowl cornerback Jaire Alexander in practice and it didn’t go well for Doubs.

According to reports, Doubs didn’t have a catch against Alexander.

And Alexander let him hear it, reportedly giving Doubs a hard time about a potential offensive pass interference penalty.

Ultimately, this is just part of the growing process for Doubs. Iron sharpens iron. And to be the best you have to go up against the best — especially in practice.

Doubs has shown an ability to be a great player so far during camp. But his run-in with Alexander on Monday shows that he still has a lot of work to do before he can become a true No. 1 wide receiver in the NFL.

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