Davante Adams recruits Stephon Gilmore to Green Bay

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams is shooting his shot to try and get free agent cornerback Stephon Gilmore to Lambeau Field. 

Now that Stephon Gilmore is a free agent, which team will end up signing him to a new deal? Massive news broke on Wednesday morning, with the New England Patriots surprisingly releasing the veteran cornerback.

As you might have been able to guess, multiple teams have already shown interest in picking him up. Could the Green Bay Packers win the sweepstakes? Superstar wideout Davante Adams, one of the best in the game, is wasting no time in trying to recruit Gilmore to his team.

Davante Adams is hopeful that Stephon Gilmore will suit up for the Packers

If you’re a Packers fans, you’ve got to be fired up knowing that Adams is taking charge here. It’s no secret that the Green Bay secondary could use some help. Imagine if they were to add Gilmore, a true standout cornerback when healthy.

It’d be a real game-changer for the NFC North powerhouse. You know who else would love to see this move go down? Aaron Rodgers. While Rodgers and Adams run the show for the offense, the signal-caller would of course be a huge fan if Brian Gutekunst went out and aggressively pursued Gilmore to make plays on the other side of the ball.

It’d send a statement to Rodgers and the rest of the league that this team is serious about competing for another Super Bowl. Remember the philosophy of the team Rodgers complained about in the offseason? Well, if Green Bay goes out and signs a superstar free agent in the middle of the season, there’s no doubt that Rodgers would be left impressed.

Adams is already putting in work here. Will Gutekunst follow suit? He’d be wise to do so, as Gilmore is no doubt going to be a major addition for whichever team he signs with.

Source: FanSided

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