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Romeo Doubs has been rising up the Packers’ depth chart as he continued create a lot of buzz in training camp according to ESPN.com’s Rob Demovsky.
Doubs has already created great chemistry with quarterback Aaron Rodgers who has consistently connected with the rookie in practice. Allen Lazard has become the de facto WR1 in Green Bay since they traded Davonte Adams to Las Vegas but Doubs could rise as high as WR2 in certain offensive sets. Green Bay does not have an elite WR1 with the loss of Adams, but Lazard, Doubs, Sammy Watkins, and Randall Cobb, along with the now healthy rookie Christian Watson, give Rodgers more quality options, top to bottom, than he has ever had. Doubs currently has an ADP of 161 but has WR2 potential and could be one of the steals of the draft for fantasy managers who are savvy enough to take him late.
Romeo Doubs caught three balls for 45 yards on Friday including a 33-yard touchdown catch on a fourth down play on the Packers second drive. He saw seven targets while playing most of the first half versus the 49ers.
Doubs brought his training camp hype into the first preseason game as the primary target for Jordan Love. It remains to be seen how Doubs will fit into the offense when veteran wide receivers like Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins, and Randall Cobb suit up. Temper expectations for Doubs but he should be on your radar in the later rounds of drafts.
Packers rookie WR Romeo Doubs has been garnering high praise from QB Aaron Rodgers throughout training camp.
Doubs, a fourth-round pick out of Nevada, has made a positive impression on the Packers coaching staff and Aaron Rodgers over the course of the off-season. Earning praise from a Hall-Of-Fame quarterback is always good, but it's especially telling because Rodgers seldom talks up rookies. Doubs could wind up having a much bigger role than many project at a position that is wide open for Green Bay.
Romeo Doubs put on a show during the second day of training camp including a sensational grab over cornerback Eric Stokes on a fade from Aaron Rodgers. The rookie wideout has looked "NFL ready" according to Rob Demovsky.
The Packers fourth-round pick out of Nevada is fighting for not only a roster spot but also for the trust of quarterback Aaron Rodgers which could get him on the field. With a wide-open competition in the WR room in Green Bay and fellow rookie Christian Watson out with a knee injury, Doubs could be one to watch as he impresses early in camp.
The Green Bay Packers have selected WR Romeo Doubs with the No. 132 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Doubs was a stud at Nevada last year, leading the Wolfpack with 80 receptions, 1109 yards, and 11 touchdowns en route to an all-conference selection. He brings solid size with legit speed to a Green Bay offense barren of receivers post-Davante Adams trade. Doubs will likely get a chance to earn a spot to catch balls from Aaron Rodgers.
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