Aaron Rodgers continued him as expected when the Green Bay Packers started the quarterback Present During this week’s mandatory mini-camp session, backup and 2020 rookie Jordan Love handled most of the snaps and produced some great highlights. He also naturally reminded spectators that he hadn’t thrown a pass yet during the NFL’s regular season match.
Around Rob Demovsky ESPN head coach Matt LaFleur and attack coordinator Nathaniel Hackett did not provide Love with a minimal version of their plans this week.
“No, we launched an attack and threw everything at him,” La Fleur explained following the conclusion of the minicamp.
After Love enjoyed the best performance at the three-day camp on Wednesday, he Told reporters If the Packers need it when they open their season with New Orleans Saints on September 12, he’s “definitely” ready to start. Appeared It may not be necessary, but love doesn’t seem to lack confidence a few months before the summer.
“We need to get him to watch many different plays over and over and really know what he is best at and what our team is doing, because in the National Football League. The situation changes every year, “Rafruul said of love. “I think he did a great job of deliberately working on his job, how he practiced every day, just trying to get a feel for how much he could actually handle. That’s for him. I think it’s rewarding. He has made some progress. ”
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Packers threw everything in “Jordan Love” during the mini camp
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