Rob Reischel at M-W Journal Sentinel believes Packers wide receiver Jarrett Boykin will retain his WR3 duties in the Packers' offense stating, "Boykin improved as much as any player on the roster last season" and "he will be hard to dislodge at No. 3." Last year, Boykin got his chance after injuries to the wide receiving corps, recording a 49/681/3 line in 16 games.
The only real threat to Boykin's playing time is rookie Davante Adams, who has had a tough time in OTAs dropping balls. With tight end Jermichael Finley injured last year and now an unrestricted free-agent, the position is also undecided which could mean more targets divided among all three receivers in Green Bay. Boykin could be a sneaky WR3 in redraft leagues.