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Packers tight end Jermichael Finley has been having a heck of a camp so far and quarterback Aaron Rodgers has certainly noticed.
“He’s been running his routes really well,” Rodgers said, via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “Something clicked last year midseason … and it’s carried over this spring.
“He’s got himself in unbelievable shape, and he’s come in and been dominating out there. I’m really proud of him and the steps he’s made.”
Finley is only 26 years-old and if he can put together an impressive season, he’ll have a chance at cashing in as a free agent when March rolls around.
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Aaron Rodgers may be the most accurate quarterback in football, and displayed that accuracy during training camp this week by tossing the football smoothly through a target 50 yards away while a large crowd looked on.
Rodgers of course had no major reaction to the feat.
H/T Next Impulse Sports
Aaron Rodgers showcased his throwing accuracy during Packers training camp this week, tossing a pigskin cleanly through a target 50+ yards away while a large crowd looked on.
He then celebrated with a customary discount double check celebration:
Like a bawse. To see the full video, head over to Packers.com.
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Things got a bit surly at Green Bay Packers training camp as players got a little testy with one another during a full-contact drill on Wednesday morning when three separate scuffles occurred one after another in a relatively short period of time. Tight end Jermichael Finley’s punch-fest with linebacker Jarvis Reed was the title bout, […]The post Jermichael Finley’s punches...
Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley throws haymakers during a fight at training camp.
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