GREEN BAY, Wis. -- No Greg Jennings. No Donald Driver. It seems like an ideal scenario for a backup wide receiver like Jarrett Boykin to emerge in the Green Bay Packers' high-scoring offense.
Boykin doesn't see it that way, though. Not because it isn't, in fact, a great opportunity for the second-year receiver to have a much bigger role this season, but simply because Boykin refuses to let the departures of Jennings and Driver affect his approach.
"Honestly, that's something I don't think about," Boykin said. "I just take it a day at a time and just prepare like I did last year coming into it and just let everything take care of itself. I try not to overthink everything and just keep working. Just let everything go from there."
That may sound like a clichd response that no professional athlete could actually mean, but with Boykin, it's easy to believe. His path to an NFL roster was even rockier than most undrafted players, getting cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars in May 2012 after...