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Tweaks on offense force Rodgers to study

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GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (WXOW)  It's the final push for the Packers off-season program.
    The team kicking off it's three-day mini-camp Tuesday in Green Bay.
    It's been a different kind of off-season for Aaron Rodgers.
 After breaking his collarbone last season and sitting out for 7 weeks, the Packers hoping for a season full of good health for the franchise's prized player.

    The Packers have made some tweaks to their offense thus, creating more studying for Rodgers.
    McCarthy believes the quarterback is welcoming the adjustments.
 
"I think Aaron has had his best spring If I were to sit back and rank them.  He's in great shape.  Aaron is in a great place.  He's had a very, very exceptional spring," said Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy

"The spring is about team chemistry.  It's about seeing what the young guys can do.  It's about making sure you're in the right frame of mind.  If Mike says it, I'll take it," Rodgers said.

Packers mini-camp ends Thursday.
The next time they will meet will be at the end of July for the start of training camp.

(Thanks WBAY for contributing to this story)



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