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|09/03/2015||Jay Ajayi, RB MIA|
Kevin White, WR CHI
Marcus Mariota, QB TEN
|Aaron Rodgers, QB GB|
|09/03/2015||Aaron Rodgers, QB GB||Ben Roethlisberger, QB PIT|
|09/03/2015||Eddie Lacy, RB GB|
Tony Romo, QB DAL
|Arian Foster, RB HOU|
Aaron Rodgers, QB GB
Rank Among Leaders
Aaron Rodgers plans to play in Packers' preseason opener
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(8/12/15) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn't play in last season's preseason opener, but all signs point to him playing in this year's first preseason game.
"I'm not sure how much time I'll play, but I'll be there," Rodgers said, per ESPN. "And I think we're going to go with the starters for a little while."
Packers QB Rodgers could have more control after play-calling change
|by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer|
|(5/29/15) Aaron Rodgers was at the helm of the league's highest-scoring offense last season, and he could now have even more control of that offense this season, per ESPN.com.
Rodgers, who won the his second NFL MVP award while helping the Packers score 30.4 points per game, will probably be more involved in every facet of the offense this year -- including some play-calling.
"He has," Packers quarterbacks coach, Alex Van Pelt, said when asked if Rodgers could call plays. "He could. Sure. Definitely."
The official play-calling duties are in the hands of associate head coach Tome Clements, after coach Mike McCarthy passed them down before last season. The switch is what can give Rodgers more freedom than ever when it comes to the play selection.
"I've always had a lot of freedom," Rodgers said. "It's just occasionally the personnel groupings restricts some of the checks you can make. But that's kind of a natural progression for a quarterback who's been in a system for a long time, if they can handle it to do more things. I have always liked a good starting point for a play, and then have the ability to get us in a better play if you can do it quickly and it’s clean."
Rodgers passed for 4,381 yards and 38 touchdowns in 16 games last season.
Packers to use pistol formation more often this season
|by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com|
|(3/26/15) After implementing the pistol formation into the offense to help take stress off of quarterback Aaron Rodgers' leg in 2014, the Packers are considering to use it more often this season, according to the Journal Sentinel.
"I like the pistol," head coach Mike McCarthy said during a break at the NFL owners meetings this week. "I think there's a lot of value regardless of the injury to Aaron. I know he likes it. There's a place for it year-round in your offense."
Although McCarthy has no intention of turning Rodgers into an option quarterback, the system provides unpredictability for opposing offenses.
"I would say this is about the third year it's been part of our pace and installation," McCarthy said. "Really, when we moved to it exclusively there at the end of the year it really wasn't a change for us.
"I liked it from a self-scout standpoint. It gives you another self-scout variable when you're in the gun, but you also have the tailback behind you. (There are a) lot of benefits to it."
Tampa Sports Authority responds to Aaron Rodgers' 'poor surface' claim
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/7/15) The Tampa Sports Authority, the company responsible for maintaining Raymond James Stadium, responded to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' claims that he injured his calf because of the poor playing surface in Tampa, according to Jenna Laine of SportsTalkFlorida.com.
TSA released the following statement:
"The field quality tests conducted prior to and following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers/ Green Bay Packers game on Dec. 21, 2014 as required by the NFL, indicated that the Raymond James Stadium field was well within compliance with the NFL Field Guidelines. These same tests were conducted at every 2014 Buccaneer home game at Raymond James Stadium and all were well within compliance with the NFL Field Guidelines."
In a radio interview for ESPN Radio Milwaukee on Thursday, Rodgers claimed that league needed to investigate the conditions at Raymond James Stadium.
"The calf was, in my opinion, due to the poor surface in Tampa," Rodgers said. "Tampa’s where I hurt my shoulder as well back in 2008. I think that there needs to be, looked at, some more uniformity as far as the field conditions because I think there are a couple surfaces that are more likely to create injury than prevent injury."
There's some incredible surfaces in the NFL and there’s some ones that I think need to be looked at. Tampa is one of them because of the amount of play I think that happens there. When you put down so much sod, and it’s very uneven and soft, I think it can lend to more injuries. I've played there three times and been hurt there, it might be directly related to the field, twice."
Packers' Aaron Rodgers blames Bucs' field for calf injury
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/5/15) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has pointed to one stadium surface in particular to blame for the calf injury that slowed him down at the end of the season.
"Due to the poor surface in Tampa," Rodgers said while appearing on his weekly radio show on ESPN Milwaukee.
While Rodgers isn't a fan of the playing surface at Raymond James Stadium, he still had a good day statistically when his Packers played the Buccaneers on Dec. 21. Rodgers completed 31-of-40 passes for 318 yards and one touchdown in a 20-3 win.
|You're looking at one of the two best Fantasy quarterbacks available this season. Aaron Rodger posted 20-plus Fantasy points in 12 of 16 games last season and reaffirmed beliefs that he's one of the best difference-makers in Fantasy. Not only has he re-established his consistency but the Packers held on to Randall Cobb to keep his receiving prospects strong. A schedule that sports many potential high-scoring games and a good O-line help keep Rodgers toward the top of our positional rankings. Just be sure not to take him too early – a lot of Fantasy owners like taking quarterbacks with first-round picks but the lack of great running backs and depth of amazing receivers should push all quarterbacks past Round 1. We advocate taking Rodgers with a late second-/early third-round choice in standard leagues.
(Updated 4/22/15) |