GREEN BAY, Wisconsin The last time we saw Aaron Rodgers in Packers colors, he was walking off Lambeau Field after the second home playoff loss of his career.
After an off-season of doing what he said was a lot of yoga, Rodgers is back, and with no ill-effects from the broken collarbone that nearly sabotaged last season.
As for this season, cautious hope springs eternal in spring. "It's May still, so we're going to wait on some of those guesses and goals. It is exciting to look around and see a Julius Peppers here and to see some of the guys we've added. I think, as I did and as a lot of young guys here have done, there's often big jumps between years 1 and 2 and 2 and 3. So there's a lot of guys who fit into those windows who are really looking to make big jumps," Rodgers said.
The Packers wrapped up their first week of OTA's Friday.
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