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Green Gulf Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers recently blamed the team’s young wide receivers for poor performance during training camp, and he believes their response has been positive.
“I feel like the offense — especially in the past week or so — is getting close to where I think we should be trending place,” Rogers told reporters on Monday. After Packers trade star receiver Davante Adams to Las Vegas Raiders, Roger Spoon The season will be without his favorite target. Last week, the two-time reigning NFL MVP didn’t hold back when discussing the young perimeter players who will be responsible for replacing the production of the five-time Pro Bowler.
“Young players, especially young receivers, we have to be more consistent,” Rodgers said on Aug. 16. “A lot of conceded goals, a lot of bad route decisions, running the wrong route. We have to get better in that area.”
Rodgers was reportedly not referring to veteran receivers Alan Lazard, Randall Cobb and Sammy Watkins in his rant. Rookie receivers Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Samori Toure have yet to experience Rodgers as he skips the team’s first two preseason games. He also skipped most of Green Bay’s offseason plans, with the exception of the mandatory minicamp in June. in Thursday’s preseason finale against the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite the lack of practice time with the new group, Rogers is thinking about nothing if he goes to the OTA People will be different. “The training camp is a long experience. There is enough time for conversation, for practice, for what they expect They do a lot of things in the regular season,” he said. “I rely on the coaching staff to pass the message because we’re learning the offense, and then I’m one of those 202 professors. They have to understand some basic concepts, and when I came in, we had offense outside of the paper offense.”