Posted: 3/08/2022 6:58 pm GMT
Green Bay Packers QB Jordan Love could bring back a second-round pick in a trade, according to multiple NFL scouts via Senior Bowl executive director (and former scout) Jim Nagy.
Huddle Up: With Aaron Rodgers reportedly agreeing to a four-year contract in the neighborhood of $200 million, Love isn't going to see the field for any length of time again - barring a significant injury to Rodgers - before his rookie contract expires at the end of the 2023 season. This is probably the year for Green Bay to test Love's market, as the free-agent class is uninspiring and the draft class does not boast a true blue-chip prospect. Expect the Denver Broncos to show some interest if new head coach (and former Packers offensive coordinator) Nathaniel Hackett liked working with Love in Green Bay.
Posted: 11/08/2021 3:14 am GMT
Green Bay Packers QB Jordan Love completed 19-of-34 passes for 190 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Week 9 against the Kansas City Chiefs in his first NFL start, filling in for the absent QB Aaron Rodgers (COVID).
Huddle Up: Love got off to a very shaky start, and he didn't really get his sea legs until the fourth quarter. That's when he hooked up with WR Allen Lazard for a 20-yard touchdown, his first in the NFL. Rodgers will be out until at least next Saturday, so it's conceivable that Love could make a second start against Seattle next week. If Rodgers is held out again, Love wouldn't be a terribly attractive fantasy substitute.