WWIS Header
Log in
updated 1:48 PM UTC, Apr 23, 2017

Rodgers Praises "Evolving" Offense As Packers Start Workouts

  • Written by Wheeler
  • Published in Sports

Aaron Rodgers says he's in the best shape to start an offseason program as he enters his tenth year as Green Bay's starting quarterback.

The Packers began their April workouts Tuesday, and the 33-year-old Rodgers said he played less golf while leaving the pressure cooker that followed Green Bay's N-F-C Championship Game loss at Atlanta. Rodgers sounded optimistic about the offseason moves which brought back a two tight end offense in Martellus Bennett and Lance Kendricks -- and the Q-B said Coach Mike McCarthy started going away from one basic personnel group last year to create a more varied receiving and running game which Rodgers said would keep "evolving." On defense, linebacker Clay Matthews said he expects to play "all over" the field, and he wouldn't mind lining up with Badgers' linebacker T-J Watt if the Packers draft him.

Black River Falls