The Green Bay Packers traded one of their best players this offseason — wide receiver Davante Adams — leaving the team with a massive roster hole.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers doesn’t have a true No. 1 wide receiver with Adams gone. And while Rodgers is a future first-ballot Hall of Famer, he could still use some help.

Bleacher Report suggested a trade for the Packers this week that would give Rodgers the help he needs and likely turn Green Bay into an overwhelming Super Bowl favorite.

Here’s the trade proposal:

Bleacher report thinks the Packers should send a second-round pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers for wide receiver Diontae Johnson.

From Bleacher Report:

Despite the additions of Sammy Watkins, Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Samori Toure, the Green Bay Packers have a void at wide receiver after they dealt Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders.

Without a top-tier pass-catcher on the roster, general manager Brian Gutekunst can take a big swing for 38-year-old Aaron Rodgers.

Instead of leaning on the ground attack with Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon, the Packers can acquire a high-volume pass-catcher in Diontae Johnson.

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Jan 16, 2022; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson (18) reacts during the first half against the Kansas City Chiefs in an AFC Wild Card playoff football game at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Johnson, a third-round pick by the Steelers in the 2019 NFL Draft, had a breakout season in 2021, catching 107 passes for 1,161 yards and eight touchdowns.

The former Toledo standout is set to be a free agent after the 2022 season. He’s obviously looking at a big payday and it seems unlikely that Pittsburgh will give him that big payday.

Green Bay could use Johnson this season and then look to extend him with the hope that he’ll be a franchise wide receiver for years to come. A second-round pick wouldn’t be much to give up for a player who appears to be on the verge of stardom.

By the way, Johnson has been significantly more productive during the first three years of his NFL career than Adams was during his first three years in Green Bay. Johnson has 254 receptions for 2,764 yards and 20 touchdowns compared to Adams’ 163 receptions for 1,926 yards and 15 touchdowns (Johnson played in 47 games compared to Adams’ 45 games),

Johnson also didn’t have Rodgers during his first three years of his career. Imagine the type  of numbers he could put up with Rodgers in Green Bay.

The Packers need a No. 1 wide receiver and the Steelers might as well trade him if they aren’t going to extend him. This could be a match made in heaven — especially since the Packers are in a different conference than Pittsburgh.

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