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The Time Is Now For Amari Rodgers

It would be nice if the Packers could use Amari Rodgers as a consistent wide receiving option.

The question is, what is a realistic expectation for the wideout entering his second NFL season?

“Like I said, we have a standard in our room of like what we’re looking for on routes, of just knowing those details inside and out,” said Packers wide receivers/passing game coordinator Jason Vrable. “He’s just got to play faster and he’s got to play with more confidence.”

Rodgers was drafted in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft to fill a void in the slot position but a role never really materialized.