There is absolutely no question the group is better off than their counterparts from last year were, when those rookies spent their first NFL offseason entirely in the virtual realm thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Packers second-year quarterback Jordan Love was undeniably impressive in the same 11-on-11 periods Wednesday where he’d struggled 24 hours earlier.
Before the official questions came flying at him during a post-practice Zoom session Tuesday afternoon, Matt LaFleur was asked how he was doing. The Green Bay Packers coach didn’t hesitate before answering.
Aaron Rodgers' teammates know the Packers stand virtually zero chance of reaching Super Bowl LVI this season without the three-time NFL MVP.
Teammates and coaches seem to be trying to find ways to be complimentary about Jordan Love's development without giving the wrong impression about how he has come.
Coach Matt LaFleur said his message to the players was to remain “focused on the things that they can control” at organized team activities.
If the absence of Green Bay's top five wide receivers from Tuesday’s first open-to-the-media organized team activity practice of the offseason was part of a coordinated effort, it was news to coach Matt LaFleur.
When ESPN's Kenny Mayne tried to ask Aaron Rodgers if he was demanding a trade, the three-time NFL MVP ignored the interruption.
Second-year quarterback Jordan Love could wind up as the team’s opening-day starter at New Orleans on Sept. 12 if Aaron Rodgers stands his ground and holds out of training camp.
"It would change a lot," said the wide receiver, who will be a free agent after the season.