Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett: Jordan Love needs practice time

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The Packers have a ruling MVP on a quarterback at Aaron Rogers, but also traded up to a draft of quarterback Jordan Love in the first round last year.

Lame spent his entire rookie season as the Packers ‘third quarterback, with Tim Boyle serving as Rogers’ backup and inactive on game day. With no 2020 se fission program, Love received only a significant response during the team’s brief training camp last summer. That means Love could use as much practice as possible in 2021.

“It simply came to our notice then The challenge for herThe Packers’ offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett said on Tuesday. “Obviously, we don’t know what’s going to happen right now and how we’re going to be able to work with the players. I think, as always, staying in the system for another year is huge for the quarterback, understanding the language, understanding how we go about our daily process.

“Just being able to go there and practice – I mean it’s huge. So I think for him, he’s just evolving more into an aggressive system, he’s already more than that. Just make it your own. … Naturally, we are very excited if we can practice, because I think he needs something. The last time he came to the practice training camp he was really able to get. So if that’s the kind of thing we’ve dealt with, it’s going to be a training camp when it can really do a little bit of speed and get that full-time, speed rips. Besides, it’s about study and it will work on its own because we don’t get it. ”

While Rogers is still performing at the MVP level, it’s unclear when Love will see any field as a starter. But to give the Packers some kind of return on their hefty investment in 2020, Love should progress to at least the 2021 backup level.