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Jordan Love
Ht: 6' 4" Wt: 219 Age: 21 Exp: years College: Utah State Drafted: 2020 R1 26,
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Position Rank: 75th
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Posted: 7/01/2020 7:34 pm UTC
Green Bay Packers first-round draft choice QB Jordan Love signed a four-year contract with the Packers Wednesday, July 1. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Posted: 5/07/2020 12:27 pm UTC
Green Bay Packers first-round pick QB Jordan Love was likely taken without any intention of starting in 2020 or possibly 2021, according to MMQB's Albert Breer. Most scouts Breer talked to believed Love was raw to the point where two or three years of runway to becoming a starter would be beneficial.
Posted: 5/01/2020 2:36 am UTC
Green Bay Packers first-round selection QB Jordan Love (Utah State) possesses 'a rare combination of (Brett) Favre's gunslinging, (Aaron) Rodgers' ability to process the game and Patrick Mahomes-like athleticism,' ESPN's Rob Demovsky suggested Thursday, April 30, in regards to why general manager Brian Gutekunst drafted Love. 'He's a very natural thrower, can make all the throws, he's a very good athlete, he has the kind of size we look for. I just think there's some rawness to him, but I just think he's got everything in front of him. And we really like the guy. We think he's a really good kid, wanted to work, and he just kind of fits with our culture. ... '(Head coach Matt LaFleur) was on the (phone) line with us and understood where I was coming from. I think it was one of those things where, again, with a second-year head coach, I certainly wasn't going to give him a player he didn't want. It's not something we anticipated. It kind of fell to us, and we were excited about that. I know a lot of people will look at this as not a move for the immediate, and I understand that, but the balance of the immediate and the long term is something that I have to consider, and that's why we did it,' Gutekunst said.
Posted: 4/28/2020 9:55 pm UTC
Green Bay Packers QB Jordan Love was highly coveted by the team before the Packers traded up to the 26th overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft to select him. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said Monday, April 27, the Packers were 'adamant' about acquiring the QB.
Huddle Up: The move took many by surprise as Love will likely remain on the bench for the foreseeable future while Aaron Rodgers finishes up his tenure with the Packers. Love is worthy stashing in dynasty formats, but he won't have value in re-draft leagues to begin the 2020 season.
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