The snap counts from the Green Bay Packers‘ loss to the Minnesota Vikings suggest that one player could be in danger of being released in the not-so-distant future.

Second-year wide receiver Amari Rodgers was used exclusively on special teams in the loss to the Packers.

Rodgers received zero snaps on offense, while five other wide receivers did — including rookies Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs.

Allen Lazard was inactive for the game due to an ankle injury.

To make matters worse, Rodgers didn’t look particularly good returning punts.

Specifically, Rodgers, who is the son of Baltimore Ravens wide receivers coach Tee Martin, waved for a fair catch when he had plenty of green grass in front of him.

Being more aggressive on punt returns is something that Packers special teams coach Rich Bisaccia has been on Rodgers about since training camp.

Rodgers, a former Clemson standout, was a third-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. The Packers are likely a bit hesitant to release him due to the investment they made in him.

But the fact he received zero offensive snaps and didn’t look good returning punts certainly makes me think the writing is on the walls far as his career in Green Bay goes.

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