After trading Davante Adams and replacing him with Sammy Watkins plus rookies Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs, there’s continued speculation the Green Bay Packers aren’t done adding to their wide receiver room. Meanwhile, three accomplished Pro Bowl receivers, Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, and Julio Jones are still available to sign with any team as unrestricted free agents.

One NFL insider, Ian Rapoport, suggests a simple solution to boost the cast Aaron Rodgers currently has to work with in a Tuesday appearance on the Pat McAfee Show. Rapoport notes the quantity of quality veteran receivers who still remain available in free agency, specifically name-dropping the three wideouts listed above.

While Rap didn’t have any specific intel tying the Packers to the star receivers, he did say he “thinks” the franchise will get involved and could interest each of them more, knowing they’ll have a chance to compete for a Lombardi Trophy.

What could OBJ, Jarvis, or Julio offer AR12 and the Pack?

Even though all three players are on the back nine of their careers, each comes with over eight years of NFL experience in addition to having at least 500 career receptions a piece.