Packers QB Rodgers Says He’s Not Concerned About Getting Ready for the Season

The Packers are one of the teams that didn’t hold any player-organized workouts during the lockout but Aaron Rodgers isn’t worried about it.

“I’ve been throwing enough to where I’m not worried about if I’m going to be ready for when this thing shakes down,” Rodgers said Thursday according to Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

“We did have a great gathering in Green Bay a few Thursdays ago,” Rodgers said of the Super Bowl ring ceremony. “Other than that, we haven’t had anything official. And the reasoning is that guys’ schedules and the risk-reward, which I think (coach) Mike McCarthy hit on. So I’m going to allow his comments to kind of answer that question as he did a couple of weeks ago. Mike has always been a big supporter of the work we do individually. I’ll just refer to what Mike said as far as some of that stuff goes and just leave it at that.”

Individually, Rodgers said his focus has been “to get myself in great shape.”

“I’ve been working on a few things,” he said. “I don’t really like sharing too much of the stuff I’m working on, but there’s always room for improvement. As I look at the season in review, there’s definitely going to be things I’m working on.”

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