Atlanta Falcons add former Green Bay Packers wide receiver (NFL News)

The Green Bay Packers have seen a lot of change at the wide receiver position over the past few years. A former Packers wide receiver has a chance to join the Atlanta Falcons for the regular season. The Packers’ teams at wide receiver and tight end are filled with rookie and second-year players.

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The Packers lost two starting wide receivers in free agency this offseason to the New York Jets, Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb. Last offseason, the Packers traded Davante Adams and Marquez Valdez-Scantling signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Another wide receiver is looking to join a new NFL team through the 2022 season.

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May 13, 2023; San Antonio, TX, United States; DC defensive back wide receiver Chris Blair (1) goes for a touchdown against the Arlington Renegades in the second half at the Alamodome. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Dunn-USA Today Sports

The Atlanta Falcons are adding a former Green Bay Packer for TC.

As a Report From the XFL, Chris Blair is adding to the list of players trying out for the Atlanta Falcons in training camp. with Steven Gaither HBCU Game Day, Blair has shown impressive skills in the XFL this season:

“Chris Blair spent last season with the DC defense, helping the team reach the XFL title game. In 10 games, he caught 25 passes for 584 yards for a 23.3 average. He had catches of 70 and 86 yards and scored three touchdowns on the season.

Blair was with the Packers from January 2021 to May 2022. He was cut so the Packers could add tight end Eli Wolf. Now he gets another shot at the NFL with the Falcons.

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