The backup quarterback has received the most reps with the first team in practice as Aaron Rodgers deals with a broken toe.
GREEN BAY – The backup quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, Jordan Love, who had been getting most of the weekdays replays with the first team while Aaron Rodgers receives treatment and rests a fractured toe, it was placed in the reservation list / COVID-19 this Monday.
The team made the announcement on the day the players returned to the facility from their day off. Sees it, who has said he was vaccinated, would have been part of the group of players tested on his return from the week off. Unvaccinated players who have not suffered COVID in the past 90 days, they would have been tested daily during the bye week.
Love has participated in just one match play since its inception on November 7 against the Kansas city chiefs, the game that was lost Rodgers while on the list of COVID. It was a play where he knelt on November 21 against the Minnesota Vikings, when Rodgers She headed to the locker room shortly before intermission to get her foot treated.
Nevertheless, Sees it He was in charge of all practices as a starting quarterback until before the November 28 game, against Los Angeles Rams.
Rodgers chose not to have surgery on the rest day, but the head coach Matt LaFleur He wasn’t ready to say if Rodgers would train a lot, at best, before his game next Sunday night against the Chicago Bears.
“I know he’s been getting treatment and doing everything he can to be 100 percent,” he said. LaFleur on Monday. “I still think it’s a process, like everything else, and we’ll see where he is this week. We hope he can go out there to train, but if not, we have a lot of confidence in his ability to go out there and play at a high level.”
The only other quarterback the Packers it is Kurt benkert, who is in the practice squad. He was also on the list of COVID this season, but he returned with the team on November 15.