NFL Rumors: Packers Made Offer For Four Stars At The NFL Trade Deadline

The Green Bay Packers were heavily criticized for their lack of moves on trade deadline day, and while many people thought the team just sat on their hands, the opposite is reportedly true, as the team made offers for several offensive players that would have made a major impact in an offence led by Aaron Rodgers. 

According to Ian Rapoport, the team made offers on Chase Claypool, Darren Waller, Jerry Jeudy and D.J. Moore, and while they struck out on each and every one of them, it's at least a positive sign that the team was out there looking to swing big. Now, they are staring down the hole of a 4-game losing streak and a 3-5 record on the season, and without an infusion of talent to this offensive group, it's going to be hard to see them start moving the ball, as they've struggled to do so all season long. 

The Packers will be in a strange spot come this off-season, as they'll need to keep Rodgers happy, and that means spending a lot of money or looking for another big swing, but right now, the story is that the team struck out on major names, and it may hurt them in the long run.