Jordan Love running Packers’ offense at practice with Aaron Rodgers resting injured toe

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Packers quarterback Jordan Love is getting plenty of work on the practice field.

Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur said today that Love is handling all the quarterback reps while Aaron Rodgers rests his injured toe.

Love hadn’t been at practice for several days because he tested positive for COVID-19 last week, but the Packers activated him from the COVID-19 reserve list yesterday.

Rodgers hasn’t been practicing much in recent weeks because of the toe injury, but he has said he will continue to play through the injury for the rest of the season.

5 responses to “Jordan Love running Packers’ offense at practice with Aaron Rodgers resting injured toe

  1. Aaron Rodgers will finish his career in Green Bay. His successor is likely in high school. Book it.

  2. As long as Aaron Rodgers is healthy and in the NFL, the only work Love should get with the Packers is in practice or pre-season.

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