Packers Wide Receiver Hints He Could Be Done In Green Bay

The Green Bay Packers fell short in their opportunity to clinch the final playoff spot in the NFC when they lost in excruciating fashion to the NFC North rival Detroit Lions, and now, the fallout has begun, as one of their top receivers has signalled that his career in Green Bay could be done. 

That would be Allen Lazard, who said in an interview today, that this was probably his last game with the team he has spent the last four years with, and while it's not a direct shot at Aaron Rodgers, it's hard not to see the similarities to last year when Davante Adams wanted out, despite playing with the back-to-back MVP.

In his Packers career, Lazard has racked up 169 catches for 2,236 yards and 20 Touchdowns, and while he hasn't reached the elite status that many expected from him, he has played his role well, and will be an asset for any team that decides to pick him up.

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