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Jordan Love On Waiting Behind Aaron Rodgers

Jordan Love spoke to the media as the Green Bay Packers official QB1 for the first time on Wednesday. 

The Utah State product and 2020 draftee says the 2022 season was the most difficult to back up Aaron Rodgers. Jordan Love found waiting for three years difficult, but learned a lot from a legend of the game.

“When I got drafted here I knew right away exactly what situation I was being put in, who I was being behind,” Jordan Love said. 


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“So I knew it was going to come with time that I was going to come in and learn and grow. But I’ll admit, I think the hardest time was when he re-signed the contract last year. It was kind of like, ‘OK, well, where do we go from here? What do I do?’ I sat back, thought to myself and came back with the approach like just go ball out.

“Any opportunity I get, I will get in the preseason and who knows what happens after that. So just grow and try and become the best version of myself. I can’t really control what happens after that, so let it play out.”


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“I learned a lot. I was able to watch a great quarterback, how he works every day, how he handles business in the locker room, interacts with teammates, how he attacks every day,” Love said.

“Just being able to sit back as a quarterback and observe him, observe his footwork, how the ball comes out of his hands, just how he practice every day and takes that into the game.

“There’s just very valuable stuff. I was able to sit for three years and kind of just pick his brain and watch him work.”

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