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Packers optimistic but wary for fans at Lambeau

The Packers are optimistic they will have fans at Lambeau Field this season, but they note that seating capacity would be cut significantly and spectators must wear face coverings.

Why Aaron Rodgers is still an upper-tier QB (1:19)
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Packers sign QB Love, second-round pick Dillon

The Green Bay Packers said Wednesday they have signed Utah State quarterback Jordan Love and Boston College running back A.J. Dillon, their top two draft picks.

Stephen A. is not having any disrespect for Rodgers (2:20)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Typically, the Packers announce their training camp schedule in late June but with all the uncertainty over how camps will operate, coach Matt LaFleur has multiple working plans. "You've just got to be fluid, you've got to be flexible," LaFleur told the team website. "I feel like I've done four different schedules already. But that's just the circumstances that we're faced. There's no use in complaining about it. You've just got to make the best of the situation."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL teams can continue their virtual offseason program through next Friday but Matt LaFleur told the Packers website: "We pretty much wrapped it up. We had a great team meeting on Monday with Charles Woodson. He came in and talked to our guys. It was exceptional. For the most part, the rest of this week is just review with the guys and then they're kind of on their own until we report back for camp."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers' sixth-round pick Jon Runyan's four-year rookie contract contained a $174,680 signing bonus and contained standard base salaries of $610,000 this season, $780,000 in 2021, $895,000 in 2022 and $1.01 million in 2023. It's worth up to $3,469,680. The Packers still have five more draft picks to sign.

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New Packers ILB Christian Kirksey, who spent his first 6 years with the Browns, on joining a team that was one game away from the Super Bowl last year: "I've never even had a winning season in my career. Just to get on Zoom and be a part of a team meeting when you see your head coach say we went undefeated in our division and we're going to be the hunted and things like that, I got excited. I was revved up because I've never been a part of that. I'm just excited."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

David Bakhtiari continued his offseason ritual of training with Aaron Rodgers & Clay Matthews but instead of doing it at Proactive Sports Performance in suburban L.A., the trainers came to Matthews' home gym. "We made an agreement, ‘Hey, you're not going to go out anywhere and do anything; I'm not going to do the same. That way, we're not exposing ourselves to anything outside.' We were able to push each other and train during a time where it was true social distancing," Bakhtiari said.

How Packers could create big plays without key additions (1:29)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie contract updates: Sixth-round pick Simon Stepaniak's deal included a $152,168 signing bonus and is worth up to $3.447 million over four years. Seventh-round pick Vernon Scott's signing bonus was $83,688 and is worth up to $3.378 million over four years. Both deals contained standard minimum base salaries of $610,000 (2020), $780,000 (2021), $895,000 (2022) and $1.01 million (2023).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers plan to finish their offseason program online, the team said Monday. Last Friday, LaFleur told me via text message that it was “doubtful” he would hold any mandatory workouts between now and June 26 – when the offseason program must end. He said even if players are allowed back into the facility, it would most likely be voluntary. The mandatory minicamp had originally been planned for the Week of June 15.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

At this point, Packers coach Matt LaFleur is doubtful he'll hold any mandatory workouts between now and June 26 when the offseason program must end. He said if anything opens up, it would most likely be voluntary.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur on how players may treat protests during the anthem: "We're gonna support our players. We're gonna support our players and what they want to do, provided that it's peaceful."

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.317th
Rushing Yards112.215th
Points For23.515th
Points Against19.624th

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