The Green Bay Packers were reportedly one of several teams interested in trading for wide receiver Laviska Shenault this week.

Shenault, a former second-round pick by the Jacksonville Jaguars, was traded to the Carolina Panthers on Monday evening. 

According to ESPN’s Dan Graziano, the Packers were one of several teams talking to the Jaguars about trading for Shenault.

That’s certainly an interesting note from Graziano. It tells us that the Packers aren’t completely happy with the wide receivers they’re currently set to keep.

There’s been some speculation that Green Bay will keep seven wide receivers this season for the first time during the Matt LaFleur era.

Juwan Winfree was expected to be one of those wide receivers, but he was released on Monday.

The revelation that the Packers were interested in Shenault suggests that Green Bay could scour the waiver wire/free agent market for another wide receiver, or they could still look to make a minor trade.

It’s also possible that this move leads to Samori Toure making the 53-man roster.

I wouldn’t look for the Packers to make a major move at wide receiver. But based on this information, I think they’ll soon be making an addition to their wide receiver room.

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