Receiver Geronimo Allison reports for his fourth NFL training camp but his first where he's main focus will be playing in the slot. "I like it," Allison said. "Coming in, I've always been that utility guy, that versatile guy to kind of move around. I'm loving it. I'm getting comfortable inside and outside, and I'm going to make the most of every opportunity."
Last season 11.2% of Allison's snaps came from the middle of the field, so this isn't entirely new territory for the Packers' wideout. He's is currently coming off draft boards as WR46, in the 10th round, while his teammate Marques Valdes-Scantling's ADP is WR49 as an 11th rounder. Both guys present value if Aaron Rodgers returns to doing Aaron Rodgers' things in 2019.