Packers work out WRs Geronimo Allison, Danny Davis

The Green Bay Packers worked out wide receivers Geronimo Allison and Danny Davis on Tuesday, according to the league’s daily transaction report.

Allison, 28, spent four seasons in Green Bay after signing with the Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2016. He caught 89 passes for 1,045 yards and eight touchdowns over 46 games, including 34 catches in 16 games during Matt LaFleur’s first season with the Packers in 2019. After leaving Green Bay and eventually opting out of the 2020 season, Allison spent time with the Detroit Lions (2021) and Atlanta Falcons (2022).

Davis, an undrafted rookie free agent out of Wisconsin, spent the first four weeks of training camp with the Packers but was released with an injury designation on Aug. 23. He injured his ankle after catching a touchdown pass from Jordan Love in the team’s preseason opener. He played 24 snaps and caught two passes for 45 yards in his one and only preseason game.

Neither player was immediately signed, but it’s possible the Packers will add one of the receivers as an emergency option on the practice squad. Neither is likely to be an option for the 53-man roster at this point in their respective NFL careers.

The Packers also worked out offensive tackles Sage Doxater (New Mexico State), Derek Kerstetter (Texas) and Sam Schlueter (Minnesota) and center Chris Owens (Alabama).

Story originally appeared on Packers Wire