Aaron Rodgers has some new faces to get used to on the Packers' wide receiver depth chart.

In the 2022 draft, the Packers selected two rookie wideouts in place of Davante Adams and Equanimeous St. Brown:

Christian Watson, drafted in the second round, and Romeo Doubs, drafted in the fourth round.

Aaron Rodgers has some new faces to get used to on the Packers' wide receiver depth chart.

Rodgers has regularly lunched with the rookie wide receiver, according to The Athletic's Matt Schneidman.

This preseason, doubts have been evident. Two touchdowns and six receptions for

69 yards have been tallied by the former Nevada standout through his first two preseason games.

Doubs has already received some kind words from Rodgers ahead of the 2022 season.

Doubs has done some great things lately. As a rookie, he will not be judged. Rodgers expects him to play.

He's capable of reaching a high standard. The affect affects him. Good kid. It's hard to coach instinctual plays."

After a strong preseason, Doubs will serve as a backup to Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins, and Randall Cobb.