ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports Packers QB Jordan Love "has favored check-down practices" in offseason practices.
With the unhappy Aaron Rodgers boycotting offseason activities, Love is slated to throw to Green Bay's top pass catchers this week during the team's mandatory minicamp. Demovsky said Love, the team's 2020 first round pick, "shouldn't have any reason not to take some more shots down the field" with Davante Adams, Marques Valdes-Scantling, and Allen Lazard in the fold this week. Love's check-down tendencies during OTAs may have been a result of the QB missing his best wideouts, or it may be an indication of how conservative Green Bay's offense would be without Rodgers this season. Aaron Jones could be the main beneficiary of an inexperienced quarterback constantly seeking the dump off. Love has a lot to prove over the next couple months -- or for as long as Rodgers refuses to return for a 17th season with the Packers. NBC Sports' Peter King reported Monday that Rodgers is "solid" on holding out. Jun 08 8:36 am (EST)
- Speaking Thursday, Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett lavished praise on second-year QB Jordan Love.
- ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports Packers QB Jordan Love showed "signs of progress" during the first week of OTAs.
- Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst said QB Jordan Love has "a long way to go" in his development. All Jordan Love News
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