The Green Bay Packers will have their four-time MVP quarterback for the start of mandatory team activities this summer. Aaron Rogers has reportedly reported to the Packers, who begin mandatory mini camp on Tuesday, June 7. The camp runs through Thursday, June 9. After this week, the team activities will return to being voluntary.
Aaron Rodgers reports to GB's mandatory minicamp https://t.co/vEHMs0ziTC
— NBC Sports EDGE Football (@NBCSEdgeFB) June 6, 2022
Aaron Rodgers and His New Wide Receivers
Aaron Rodgers will be working with a new group of wide receivers this week. Without Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling, the Packers signed Sammy Watkins and drafted three new wide receivers. It is believed that Rodgers will spend a lot of time over the next few days working with Watkins and second-round draft pick Christian Watson. Romeo Doubs, too, will get some work with the future Hall of Famer, as he is the receiver who has impressed the most during OTA’s.
Of course, Aaron Rodgers missed most of the Packers’ organized team activities last season. While he and the Packers and a mysterious public feud that was surrounded by rumors, he remained absent from all team activities. It was not until he reported to training camp that everyone was certain that he would actually play for the Packers last season.
Now Rodgers is back with a three-year $150 million contract in tow. As part of his deal, he has a $50,000 workout bonus, so there was a financial incentive for him to report this week.
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