GREEN BAY, Wisconsin – When the Green Bay Packers return to training camp next month, it will be with an approach.
No matter if Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love as quarterback.
“We will have a plan,” said Packers trainer Matt LaFleur on Thursday in his last scheduled press conference before the training camp. “We pretty much have that fixed. We’re just going to tweak a few things over the next few weeks in terms of the logistics of our schedule and so on. We have what we think is a pretty good blueprint.” How we can get our boys ready to play. Obviously this year it’s a bit different in terms of the number of games it played in the preseason and then you compare it to last year so you kind of lean back to the 2019 season. We are confident of what we will have with the guys. We look forward to getting her back on July 27th. “
The Packers don’t know if Rodgers will end his holdout and return to the team after an off-season of staying away from all team activities.
Rodgers hasn’t denied any of the reports that began with ESPN’s Adam Schefter coverage in April that Rodgers is so disenfranchised that he doesn’t want to play for the Packers again. His only public comments indicated that his beef is on management.
Meanwhile, LaFleur dedicated the off-season to Love, which took the most snapshots in OTAs and last week in the minicamp.
“It’s the same message it’s been all along that you’re only one game away so you always have to prepare like you’re the starter,” LaFleur said when asked at the end of the offseason program, what his message to Love was. “And just being very aware of the work you put into going out with a goal. To be mindful and in the moment. Every rep is so important to him, whether on the air, alone or with” us in 11-against 11 situations and he gets this constant coaching, and I think he did a great job accepting the whole situation and learning from each repetition.
“One thing we talked about after Tuesday’s workout is, ‘Hey man, you’re going to have some great days and you’re going to have some days that aren’t that great. And you have to be able to ride,’ You never are too high, never too low, just making sure you learn from each repetition. “And I think he did really well.”