Packers news: Davante Adams says he'd want to play with Chargers' Kennan Allen
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Packers WR Davante Adams says he’d want to play with Chargers’ Keenan Allen

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Davante Adams is regarded as one of the best wide receivers in the NFL, and he shared who he’d want to play with on the Green Bay Packers. While responding to fans on Twitter, Adams said that he’d want to play with Keenan Allen.

Since entering the NFL in 2014, Adams has evolved into one of the most cerebral route runners that the league has to offer. On the other hand, Allen, who was drafted in 2013, is also a player that is known for his pristine route-running ability.

Over the past four seasons, Adams has averaged 85 receptions for 1,066 yards and 10 touchdowns with the Packers. As for Allen, he’s averaged 101 receptions for 1,262 yards and six touchdowns in just the past three seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers.

This past season, the Packers lacked a No. 2 option that could take some attention away from Adams. Even though Allen Lazard flashed some upside, Green Bay will undoubtedly look to add another receiver this offseason.

Before any fans get any crazy ideas, Allen is under contract through the 2020 season, and the Chargers have no reason to trade the three-time Pro Bowler. At the same time, maybe a duo of Adams and Allen could become a reality in 2021 — when Allen becomes an unrestricted free agent.

The window for the Packers to win with Aaron Rodgers under center is gradually closing, with Rodgers turning 37 years old later this year. While Adams was just stating who he’d want to play alongside him, there’s no doubt that Rodgers would be on board with the idea to lure Allen to Green Bay.