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Aaron Rodgers says Green Bay Packers wide receiver corps has been 'clicking closer' in the last week

Aaron Rodgers says the Green Bay Packers wide receiver corps ‘clicked closer’ in the past week… after publicly proclaiming the mistakes his pass catchers made in practice

  • Rodgers reportedly convened a meeting last week to address mistakes made by WRs
  • Since then, the reigning MVP has noticed an improvement in younger players
  • Green Bay won their most recent preseason game, with a game coming soon against KC

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With the start of the NFL season approaching, one team in particular may be asking for more from its young wide receivers than any other team.

The Green Bay Packers are in trouble after the off-season departures of Davante Adams and Marquez Valdez-Scantling.

That has left room for rookies and sophomore wideouts in the Packers system to impress in the regular season.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers knows this and demanded better in a meeting as the league’s reigning MVP tries to boost his team to win another Super Bowl title.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers needs more from his young, wide receiving corps

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers needs more from his young, wide receiving corps

‘Unfortunately they are some of the same guys… repeat mistakes [are] a problem, so we need to clean those things up a bit. The young guys, especially young receivers, we need to be much more consistent.” That’s what Rodgers said last Tuesday.

‘Many drops, many wrong route decisions, wrong driving. We need to get better in that area. But I felt like the line held up pretty well for the most part, which was good to see.”

Since that meeting, the Packers have won their preseason game against the New Orleans Saints — and Rodgers has already seen improvements.

“I feel like the offense — especially in the last week or so — has gotten closer to where I think we should be trending,” Rodgers said Monday.

Rodgers has worked sparingly with the rookie receivers in practice, but has given advice and pointers for drafting Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs choices.

‘Training camp is a long experience. There’s plenty of time for conversations, for practice, for many of the things they expect from them in the regular season,” said Rodgers.

“I rely on the coaching staff to get the message across as we learn the attack, and then I’m kind of the 202 professor. They need to get a little bit of the basic concepts, and when I come in, we have the offense outside of the paper offense.”

Christian Watson is back after injury

Christian Watson is back after injury

Romeo Doubs impressed Rodgers and coaches

Romeo Doubs impressed Rodgers and coaches

Packers rookies Christian Watson (left) and Romeo Doubs (right) could influence the roster

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