After weeks of speculation, J.J. Watt broke the news of his decision on a new NFL home with a brief Twitter post Monday morning.
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Offensive line coach Adam Stenavich, a rising star in the coaching ranks, received an additional title on Monday as the team’s offensive run-game coordinator.
Corey Linsley, who turns 30 in July, finished the season as Pro Football Focus’ highest-rated center and has been among the NFL’s best centers since entering the league with the Packers as a fifth-round pick from Ohio State in 2014.
After his release by the Packers, Ricky Wagner may retire following an eight-year NFL career.
Considering how much of the offensive load Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams have carried over the past four years, the prospect of not having the running backs return has to be disconcerting to Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst.
Depending on his asking price, Green Bay should have as good a chance at any team at landing Watt, the Pewaukee native who has played in just eight career postseason games during his decade in Houston.
“2020 was definitely a crazy year, filled with lots of change, growth, some amazing, memorable moments," Aaron Rodgers said in a pre-recorded speech. "180 straight days of having my nose hair scraped. A plan for very little fans or no fans the entire season. I got engaged. And I played some of the best football in my career.”
“I thought our coaching staff did an unbelievable job taking advantage of the virtual offseason this past year," Packers coach Matt LaFleur said. "I thought our players certainly improved. I think that we definitely have a better handle on how to attack that. I think we can do it even better than we did a year ago.”
“(I’m) very patient," Love told CBS Sports. "In the back of my head, I know my time will come. It’s all about what I do with that. Got to make the most of that opportunity. (The timing) is out of my hands, I guess.”
An NFL source confirmed Packers coach Matt LaFleur was set to talk with Badgers defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard about the Packers’ vacant position, though it was unclear when that conversation was going to take place and just how intensely Leonhard was pursuing the opportunity.