2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
Rodgers in his groove during training camp drills (0:23)
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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Davante Adams does this EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. While the special teams are on the field, he works on his releases at the line of scrimmage. Talk about making your strengths even stronger.

Aaron Rodgers gets hooked up with an 'Aston Martin' (0:33)
2d
Alex Smith takes issue with the Madden 22 QB ratings (1:42)
2d

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur said as of yesterday, the Packers had not reached the 85 percent player vaccination rate. "We'd like to be better, but we've made a lot of progress." LaFleur did seem a little uncertain about what 85 percent means, assuming that's one shot received or two, but otherwise the math would seemingly be clear.

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4dRob Demovsky

Highest-paid WR? Adams, Pack differ on amount

Davante Adams says he wants to be the NFL's highest-paid wide receiver. The Packers are willing to make that happen, but the two sides differ on how "highest-paid receiver" is defined.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Aaron Rodgers' reworked deal now is signed, per sources. Here are the “on paper” concessions in the new contract: 2023 year is voided. Forfeiture provisions were removed from the contract, preventing the Packers from pursuing prorated portions of Rodgers' signing bonus.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Randall Cobb got a huge ovation from the crowd at training camp. First time in a Packers uniform since 2018.

Has Tom Brady inspired Aaron Rodgers to be more outspoken? (1:07)
4d
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4dRob Demovsky

GM on Cobb trade: 'Very important' for Rodgers

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said Aaron Rodgers' input was one of the main reasons for the team's acquisition of Randall Cobb, saying "this was a very important thing for Aaron."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

GM Brian Gutekunst didn't soft-pedal it: He traded for Randall Cobb because of Aaron Rodgers.   "I think that's a big part of it, I don't think without Aaron we would be pursuing him," Gutekunst said. "This was a very important thing for Aaron and that's why we did it."

Kornheiser blown away by Rodgers' venting about Packers (1:58)
4d
Hasselbeck: Rodgers just told Packers, 'I'm in charge here now' (1:31)
5d

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers said it won't be difficult for him to go from considering retirement to being all-in for this season: "I definitely took my mind to that scenario and definitely sat with those feelings (but) … I wouldn't be here if I wasn't 100 percent all-in."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

This might be the most detailed Rodgers has been about anything he's ever discussed in here, but the crux of it is probably this line: "I just want to be involved in conversations that affect my ability to do my job."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers opening up about what transpired this offseason. Basically: He's been disappointed by letting veterans leave or releasing them. Not having his voice heard when it came to player acquisitions/helping recruit free agents. Not wanting to be a lame-duck QB in ‘21

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5dRob Demovsky

Packers GM confident Rodgers 'all-in' for 2021

Packers GM Brian Gutekunst is "confident" that Aaron Rodgers will be "all-in" for the 2021 season after the turbulent offseason created by the star QB's unhappiness with the organization.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards256.69th
Rushing Yards132.48th
Points For31.81st
Points Against23.120th