While many of us (myself included) can't picture Donald Driver in another uniform, the time may come soon where the Packers either turn the page by releasing Driver for cap room or possibly even trading him.
I think the latter scenario is just about in the category of "never to happen" given the healthy relationship Driver has with everyone in the Packers franchise and the fanbase.
More likely, Driver restructures his contract to stay with the team as he can still contribute and still be a great locker room leader for the younger guys.
From there, the Packers still have a glut of talent at receiver.
While it's unlikely, since Thompson loves to stock up weapons for Aaron Rodgers and company to thrive, don't put it past Thompson to see this depth as an opportunity to improve through trade if the right situation came along.
Who would be the candidates?
I think the most likely trading chip would be James Jones. He's a proven receiver who could be another team's No. 2 receiver. For the Packers he's there third or fourth receiver, and if you think about it while including Finley as a top target, Jones is probably the fourth or fifth target.
For the Packers, replacing Jones wouldn't be impossible, either through the draft or by allowing fifth receiver Randall Cobb to play a more prominent role in his second season.
That leads us to Cobb.
Could Cobb be trade bait? Not likely since Thompson likes to keep his own, and he invests heavily in the draft. As a second-rounder with elite athleticism, a great head on his shoulders and rare play-making ability, expect Cobb to be on the team. Furthermore, his return abilities are off the charts, making his value to the team very high.
That said, if the right situation presented itself, the Packers fifth receiver (it seems hard to believe doesn't it?) could be another team's dream come true while netting the Packers a gain if they were so inclined.
My prediction: If anyone is trade bait on the WR corps, it's Jones. Jones would net a second-rounder I would think and isn't too expensive for another team to take on. Established WRs with Jones' play-making and underneath abilities aren't a dime a dozen.