As Green Bay Packers beginning quarterback Aaron Rodgers expectedly continued his holdout amid this week’s mandatory minicamp classes, backup and 2020 rookie Jordan Love dealt with the majority of the snaps and produced some stellar highlights. He additionally understandably reminded onlookers that he nonetheless hasn’t thrown a move during an NFL regular-season recreation.
Per Rob Demovsky of ESPN, head coach Matt LaFleur and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett didn’t give Love a bare-bones model of their scheme this week to make life simpler for whom they admittedly hope will in the end stay their QB2 by means of the autumn months.
“No, we installed our offense and kind of threw everything at him,” LaFleur defined following minicamp’s conclusion.
After Love loved his finest efficiency of the three-day camp on Wednesday, he instructed reporters he’ll “definitely” be prepared to begin if he is wanted when the Packers open the season towards the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 12. Signs have emerged that is probably not mandatory, however Love would not seem to lack confidence forward of the summer season months.
“We’ve got to get him multiple looks at many different plays and really find out what he does best and what our team does because every year things change in the National Football League,” LaFleur stated of Love. “Just trying to get a feel for how much he can really handle, and I think he’s done a great job of being intentional about his work, how he goes out to practice every day, and I think it’s paying off for him. I think he’s made some progress.”