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  The most prominent story of the recent NFL Draft circled not around the No. 1 pick, Joe Burrow, or the No. 2, Chase Young. It wasn't the Dolphins taking Tua Tagovailoa. It was Green Bay going out of its way to select Utah State's own Jordan Love. That two-fisted maneuver - the move up and the pick itself - created more buzz than any other personnel deal through the entire offseason, other than some quarterback moving from New England to Tampa Bay. And it will go on stirring discussion for the foreseeable future because of the man Love's drafting affects the most: Aaron Rodgers. Talk about tugging on Superman's cape - that's precisely what the Packers did to their All-Pro quarterback.

At first, Rodgers was miffed and bothered by the decision, wanting help in the form of a receiver or some other weapon the Pack offense could use sooner rather than later, considering Green Bay lost in the conference championship game last time around. "I'm not going to say that I was thrilled by the pick," Rodgers said. Since then, he seems to be playing nice, trying to be a good team leader, trying to act as though mentoring his replacement is no big thing. "He's not to blame at all," Rodgers said of Love. "I'm excited to work with him. He seems like a good kid." - Salt Lake Tribune

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News Source: Salt Lake Tribune



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