Green Bay Packer WR Jarrett Boykin has a golden opportunity in the wake of injuries to the starting receivers.
He and fellow WR Jeremy Ross is a pair of second-year receivers vying for the fourth and fifth wideout position, but injuries have given them the stage to shine with the first team.
They are trying to show that the receiving corps doesn’t end with James Jones, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.
"We work so much technique drills that it helps us with the jam and the press," Boykin said, via Tom Silversteinn of JS Online.
"So, I mean with me being a bigger guy giving them more surface to put their hands on, just as fast, I'm going to try to get their hands right up off me."
"Last year, my first year here, I was studying everything," said Boykin, who was active for 10 games but caught just five passes. "You never knew when I was going to be in a game. When they told me I was dressing, I definitely wanted there to be nothing I hadn...