In just over a week, the full 90-man roster is slated to report to Green Bay, with the first practice of training camp set for July 28. And because Rodgers has said next to nothing publicly about his intentions, all anyone can do at this point is make educated guesses.
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Commentators for "The Match" asked Aaron Rodgers if he would be the quarterback of the Packers when the season starts, and he said he didn't know.
“I’m very thankful for the opportunity to work on my mental health," Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Monday.
“Whether we have two of them on the field, all three of them on the field, we’ll get creative and have some fun with it," defensive coordinator Joe Barry said.
Matt LaFleur and his staff, stuck squarely in the middle of this staredown between Aaron Rodgers and management, had no choice but to begin planning for camp.
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' Amari Rodgers runs a drill during minicamp last week in Green Bay.
Meanwhile, the Packers were holding the penultimate OTA practice of their offseason — a voluntary session that Aaron Rodgers was hardly the only player to skip.
The former Central Connecticut player spent most of last season on the New England Patriots’ practice squad.
Packers second-year quarterback Jordan Love was undeniably impressive in the same 11-on-11 periods Wednesday where he’d struggled 24 hours earlier.