Packers Morning Buzz: TCU receiver Jalen Reagor an enticing target

Stu Courtney
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Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at

We'll start with Chris Trapasso of CBS Sports projecting players who would perfectly fill anticipated 2020 draft needs for NFC North teams. For the Packers, Trapasso targets TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor.

Trapasso writes:

Reagor is exceptionally explosive on the field. He separates at all levels and racks up yards after the catch with ease. Also, quite impressively for being a sub 6-0 receiver, Reagor proved to be reliable in contested-catch situations last season. His leaping ability helps him a great deal in that area. 

With Marques Valdez-Scantling, Equanimeous St. Brown and J'Mon Moore, the Packers have three second-year pros they grabbed in the middle to back end of the 2018 Draft who are all raw, size/speed specimens. While Scantling and St. Brown flashed as rookies, Scantling finished the season with only 38 receptions despite playing 64.3% of the snaps. St. Brown caught 21 passes. 

With Randall Cobb gone, and Geromino Allison set to hit free agency in 2020, even if MVS becomes a trustworthy No. 2 to Davante Adams, the Packers will need another quality receiver for the twilight of Rodgers' career. Reagor would bring Cobb-like quickness and the deep speed to accentuate Rodgers' vertical-passing prowess in Green Bay.

TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor catches a pass for a touchdown as Oklahoma cornerback Parnell Motley defends during a 2018 game in Fort Worth, Texas.

You can read Trapasso's entire piece here:

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Contact Stu Courtney at (920) 431-8377 or Follow him on Twitter at @stucourt

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