Packers receiving corps must improve
Updated: May 27, 2003, 11:30 AM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | NFL Insider
When the Green Bay Packers traded Terry Glenn to the Dallas Cowboys for a sixth-round pick, they found themselves in familiar territory. Glenn didn't quite live up to expectations, but with 56 catches for 817 yards, he was the team's second-leading receiver. The situation is reminiscent to what happened last offseason when the Packers parted ways with Bill Schroeder, Antonio Freeman and Corey Bradford, their three top receivers from the previous year. Green Bay was hoping that second-year man Robert Ferguson and rookie Javon Walker would help Glenn reconstruct the corps, but the team dropped from the fourth-ranked passing offense to 10th overall.
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