Report: Packers looking into adding quarterbacks for OTAs, training camp

(NEW YORK) — The Green Bay Packers are reportedly looking to bulk up their roster with more quarterbacks.

Sources tell ESPN the team is considering adding the new players in time for their upcoming organized team activities and training camp.

Currently, the only quarterbacks on Green Bay’s roster are Aaron Rodgers and Jordan Love. But there is uncertainty surrounding Rodgers’ future with the team. ESPN reports the 37-year-old starting quarterback has told some within the Packers’ organization that he no longer wants to be a part of the team.

Rodgers has attended the voluntary offseason activities in the past, but given the latest reports, it’s unknown whether he will participate in this year’s sessions.

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