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Jordan Love Gets Honest On Relationship With Aaron Rodgers

Jordan Love #10 of the Green Bay Packers signals a first down during the game against the New Orleans Saints at TIAA Bank Field on September 12, 2021 in Jacksonville, Florida.
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The future of the Green Bay Packers’ franchise looks to be in good hands as they successfully made the transition from Aaron Rodgers to Jordan Love during the 2023 NFL season.

Green Bay finally moved on from Rodgets when they traded him to the New York Jets, paving the way for Love to assume the starting role at quarterback.

Love’s tenure as the full-time starter got off to a great start when he started the season 3-0.

After some mild bumps midway through the regular season, Love and the rest of the Packers’ offense started to click and they managed to upset the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round.

Although they couldn’t hold on to beat the San Francisco 49ers in the next round, Green Bay has to be thrilled with what they saw from Love in the postseason.

As far as his relationship with Rodgers goes, Love revealed that the two are close via the Thanalysis Show.

“We do, we have a great relationship,” Love said. “Obviously, I was in the quarterback room with him and when you’re in that room together, you’re there every day for multiple hours a day.”

Rodgers wasn’t afforded the same sort of relationship during his time with the Packers when he was playing behind Brett Favre, so it seems that he made it a point to mentor Love.

Rodgers has a wealth of knowledge and experience that could help any quarterback and Love has to be feeling fortunate that he got a chance to learn under one of the best quarterbacks in league history.

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