The Green Bay Packers are going into the 2013 NFL season without wide receivers Donald Driver and Greg Jennings. Driver retired this offseason after 14 years with the Packers, and Jennings left via free agency to sign with the Minnesota Vikings after seven years with the Pack.
Over the combined 21 years that Driver and Jennings spent with the Packers, the duo gave the Packers a combined 1,168 receptions for 16,674 yards and 114 touchdowns. That's a lot of production.
But the Packers still have the talent at wide receiver to overcome the losses of both Driver and Jennings, which was proven last season. Driver barely saw the field at times in 2013, while Jennings missed half the season due an abdominal issue.
Even with the aforementioned receivers rarely being in the lineup, the Packers still kept clicking at the wide receiver position. This was mostly due to the productive trio of Randall Cobb, James Jones and Jordy Nelson (who also missed some time due to injuries).
All three will be back in 2013, and now there will be two—possibly three—spots available for other wide receivers on the roster as well.
This slideshow will breakdown the depth chart at wide receiver for the Packers in 2013.