On Tuesday, the Packers worked out a well-known wide receiver.

The Green Bay Packers invited an old face back to the facility after failing to find a significant wide receiver.

Former Packers wide receiver Geronimo Allison worked out with the team on Tuesday, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.

In Green Bay, where he played his first four seasons, Allison caught 89 of 146 targets for 1,045 yards and six touchdowns over 46 games.

In 2019, the undrafted free agent's final season with the Green Bay Packers, he recorded a career-high 34 receptions.It's also the last time he's recorded an NFL reception.

Allison saw limited action in three games with the Detroit Lions last season after not taking part at all in 2020. Only twice was he targeted.

The Packers could still require assistance at wide receiver despite Randall Cobb making a comeback from an ankle injury in Week 11. However, a failing passing offense won't be

rescued by organizational depth.Since Allison's senior year at Illinois in 2015, Aaron Rodgers' quarterback rating has dropped to 93.2. The Minnesota Vikings lead the 4-7 Packers

by 4.5 games in the NFC North and have already lost as many games as they did in their previous two seasons combined.

Green Bay may sign another receiver before Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles because rookie Romeo Doubs is still out.