The Green Bay Packers are at a “do or die” point in their season. Sitting at 4-7, it feels like the Packers need to win every game they have left to have a shot at the postseason. Anything the Packers can do to make that happen shouldn’t be off the table. The Packers recently brought in six players for a workout, one of them was a former starting wide receiver for the Packers. In fact, throughout four seasons he started 15 games for the Packers. Geronimo Allison was back in Green Bay for an official visit.
Geronimo Allison Worked Out With the Green Bay Packers
In his four seasons in Green Bay (2016-2019) Geronimo Allison averaged 3.5 games started per season. He also reeled in 22 receptions, 260 yards, and just over one touchdown per season. Allison played in 46 games for the Green Bay Packers, accumulating nearly 90 receptions and just over 1000 yards. He is best remembered for his clutch catch against the Cincinnati Bengals on September 24, 2017. It was a 72 yard reception in overtime that set up Mason Crosby‘s game-winning field goal. This type of signing won’t wouldn’t save the season, however, it could provide depth and a familiar name for Aaron Rodgers to throw to.
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