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Listen to the newest Packers quarterback, Jordan Love.
Listen to Packers GM Brian Gutekunst talk about Jordan Love, why he drafted him and what this may mean for Aaron Rodgers.
Second Screen below:
Gutekunst and Rodgers have not connected yet.— Jay Sorgi (@jsorgi) April 24, 2020
“This was the best decision for the Packers. Aaron has been around a long time. He knows what we’re playing for. That’s what’s most important right now.”
For a live look at Aaron Rodgers, we go to Malibu…. pic.twitter.com/FOpuHEwvER— Doug Russell (@DougRussell) April 24, 2020
The poll in the live blog on whether our readers liked the pick is 50-50. I mean, it was just 286-286. #Packers fans are definitely split on the selection of QB Jordan Love.— Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) April 24, 2020
11:03 p.m. – as retweeted by Wilde And Tausch:
“If they were to pick a quarterback on the first two days, how would you feel?”@jasonjwilde asked #Packers QB Aaron Rodgers about this year’s draft when he joined us on @ESPNMadison & @ESPNMilwaukee.— Wilde & Tausch (@WildeAndTausch) March 6, 2020
The QB’s response?⬇️
FULL Interview on #WiOnDemand: https://t.co/hLSnyyzRXo pic.twitter.com/DX7H1iJ9VU
Aaron Rodgers’ current contract expires after the 2023 season. Here are the details, per OTC. pic.twitter.com/6PVUuH9jwI— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) April 24, 2020
And so former Packers’ HC Mike McCarthy gets a first-round WR in his first draft with the Cowboys.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 24, 2020
And Aaron Rodgers doesn’t get a first-round WR or RB for the 15th straight year. Packers get his successor instead.
👀— Kenny Clark (@KCBoutThatLife) April 24, 2020
👀— Za’Darius Smith (@TheRealZSmith) April 24, 2020
Early indications seem to show the Green Bay Packers may be talking about – at least with what they reportedly want the public or other teams to know – moving up in the NFL Draft, possibly the first round.
From Ian Rapoport of NFL.com:
Among the teams who have made some noise about potentially moving up in tonight’s Draft: The #Falcons, the #Jets (presumably for a tackle), the #Saints, the #Packers. New Orleans and Atlanta are always among the most aggressive.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 23, 2020