Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Says He Plans on Winning a 3rd NFL MVP Award

Aaron Rodgers may have expressed some disappointment last week about losing his position coach in Green Bay’s offseason overhaul, but the Packers quarterback sounded pretty upbeat about his and his team’s prospects for 2018 on Saturday night, Mike Spofford of Packers.com reports.

On the red carpet for the NFL Honors event at the University of Minnesota campus, Rodgers stopped to chat with packers.com for a few minutes, and the two-time MVP appears to have no interest in holding back as another new season approaches.

“I’m feeling great,” Rodgers said regarding his surgically repaired collarbone. “I’m back to my workouts. I was playing golf on Wednesday out in Scottsdale in the pro am, so if I can do that, you know I’m feeling pretty good.”

He emphasized he’ll have no limitations when the team reconvenes for offseason workouts in a little over two months.

“Oh no, not at all,” he said. “I’m back into everything I like to do in the offseason with my training, and I’ll be ready to go when we’re back in April.”

The last time Rodgers returned after missing half a season with a broken collarbone, in 2014, he won his second NFL MVP award.

Don’t rule out history repeating itself.

“I plan on doing that again,” he said with his trademark smile.


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