There should be no concerns about Aaron Rodgers being a little rusty after missing OTAs and minicamp earlier this summer.
The Green Bay Packers‘ reigning MVP has picked up where he left off from last season throughout training camp so far, and he’s still as accurate as ever.
Every year, Rodgers makes throwing the ball into a net from long range look easy. But how about this throw from about 50 yards out?
Yes, it might be just a practice drill, but it still shows the incredible accuracy Rodgers has. To hit a small target from such a long distance is impressive.
And Rodgers replicates this in real games. We’ve seen him hit tight windows from range on a regular basis. Even his Hail Mary passes over the years have been on the money.
It’s during moments like this one at practice that help Rodgers work on these throws for when they count in the regular season and playoffs.
After leading the league’s No. 1-ranked offense and winning his third NFL MVP award, Rodgers will be aiming to build on this in potentially his final season with the Packers. The sky is the limit for this offense entering their third year under head coach Matt LaFleur.
Rodgers threw an incredible 4,299 yards and 48 touchdowns last season, completing 70.7 percent of his passes and only being intercepted five times.
With about a month to go until the Packers’ regular-season opener against the New Orleans Saints, Rodgers looks as good as ever and ready for the real games to start. We can likely expect to not see much from Rodgers in the preseason this month, giving second-year quarterback Jordan Love valuable snaps in real games, especially as there were no exhibition games last season.
Rodgers looks in great form already, and his 50-yard throw into the net shows he’s as accurate as ever.