The Facts: On the field, Adams’ role won’t change much. He already started his transition to being the Packers' No. 1 receiver in 2017. Aaron Rodgers suggested Adams might get more snaps inside this fall, alternating between the perimeter and slot much like Jordy Nelson did the past couple years.
Diehards Line:Regardless of where he runs routes, the Packers are confident Adams will provide top-level production. After catching 997 yards in 2016, Adams’ season could’ve derailed in the wake of Rodgers’ broken collarbone last fall. Instead, Adams became backup Brett Hundley’s primary receiver. Adams finished 2017 with 74 catches for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns, earning a spot in the Pro Bowl as an alternate replacing injured Julio Jones. After signing a four-year, $58 million extension in December, the 25-year-old Adams has a considerably high ceiling. Fantasy owners should draft accordingly.