Jordan Love

#10 QB / Green Bay Packers / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 219 lb Age: 22 College: Utah State Bye 13

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Packers' Jordan Love: Makes regular-season debut

    Jordan Love replaced Aaron Rodgers early in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Saints, completing five of seven passes for 68 yards.The 2020 first-round pick saw the first regular-season action of his career under less-than-ideal circumstances, but Love acquitted himself credibly at the end of the blowout. There's no quarterback controversy in Green Bay despite Rodgers' stunningly bad performance Sunday, but if the veteran does continue to struggle, Love could creep onto the fantasy radar in deep 2QB leagues.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Moves ball but throws pick

    Jordan Love completed 12 of 18 passes for 149 yards and an interception in Saturday's preseason game against the Bills.Love played all three drives in the first half and one more in the third quarter, failing to put up any points despite moving the ball with relative ease. The Green Bay Packers were stuffed at the goal line on fourth down on their opening drive, and Mason Crosby missed a 28-yard FG attempt on the second series. In between, Love spoiled an otherwise pretty drive when he heaved the ball into the end zone for an easy interception on 1st-and-10. He still has a lot to work on, but the past few weeks represent progress after he struggled last summer and then spent his rookie season buried in the No. 3 spot on the depth chart. Love now moves up to No. 2 in what could be Aaron Rodgers' final season with the Packers.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Starting Saturday afternoon

    Jordan Love (shoulder) will start Saturday's preseason game against the Bills, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.Love is returning from a shoulder injury but nonetheless is expected to play the entire first half. Coach Matt LaFleur said Thursday that the second-year QB might even play into the third quarter.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Could play into third quarter

    Coach Matt LaFleur said Jordan Love (shoulder) will play the entire first half and possibly into the third quarter if he's deemed healthy before Saturday's preseason game at Buffalo, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.Kurt Benkert will enter the game after Love, while fourth-string QB Jacob Dolegala wasn't mentioned. Aaron Rodgers, of course, will be held out, finishing up the preseason without making an appearance. Love injured his shoulder in the preseason opener and missed the second contest, but he seems to be on track for Saturday's exhibition after his return to practice on a limited basis at the beginning of the week.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Will practice Monday

    Coach Matt LaFleur said Monday that Jordan Love (shoulder) will get some work in at practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.LaFleur previously stated that he expects Love to participate in individual drills, per Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, then tentatively resume handling team reps Tuesday. The 2020 first-round pick appears to be making solid progress in his recovery from a right shoulder injury picked up during the Green Bay Packers' preseason opener. If all goes well as Love ramps up his practice activity, it's possible he gains clearance in time for Saturday's exhibition contest against the Bills.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: May return to practice Monday

    Coach Matt LaFleur said Jordan Love (shoulder) is slated to participate in individual drills at Monday's practice, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.Love injured his right throwing shoulder on a strip sack preseason Week 1, which has held him out of drills in the meantime. LaFleur noted Love got in some tosses with the training staff this past week, per Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, and if all goes well Monday, the second-year signal-caller may get some work in team drills at Tuesday's session. Love hasn't been ruled out of the Green Bay Packers' exhibition finale next Saturday at Buffalo, but his availability for the contest likely is contingent on how he progresses in the coming days.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Remains day-to-day

    Jordan Love (shoulder) has not been cleared to return to the field yet, but he may be able to play in the Green Bay Packers' final preseason game at Buffalo, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.Love was held out of Saturday's contest against the Jets with the injury, but it sounds as if he's nearing a return. Coach Matt LaFleur confirmed that when Love is cleared from the injury, he'll be the team's backup quarterback. Love played fairly well in the team's first preseason contest -- he completed 12 of 17 pass attempts for 122 yards and a touchdown -- and it would benefit him to get more reps in game action before the regular season begins.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Out Saturday

    Jordan Love (shoulder) will not play Saturday against the Jets, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.This shouldn't be surprising considering coach Matt LaFleur more or less confirmed the 2020 first-round pick would not be active for the preseason contest. With Aaron Rodgers also getting a veteran's night off, Kurt Benkert and Jake Dolegala are the only two active quarterbacks for the Green Bay Packers on Saturday, with the former expected to take the majority of the work.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Not expected to play Saturday

    Coach Matt LaFleur said it is "probably unlikely" that Jordan Love (shoulder) will suit up for Saturday's preseason contest against the Jets, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.Love turned in a solid performance during his preseason debut against the Texans last weekend, but he sustained a minor shoulder injury in the process, and the Green Bay Packers aren't taking any risks in his recovery process. Kurt Benkert will be in line to start Saturday's exhibition matchup if Love indeed remains sidelined, while Jacob Dolegala, who only re-signed with Green Bay on Tuesday, would operate as his backup and potential relief option. Per Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Love is not practicing Thursday.

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    Packers' Jordan Love: Throwing, but unlikely to practice

    Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said that Jordan Love (shoulder) is unlikely to practice Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.LaFleur also said that Love resumed throwing in at least some capacity Tuesday, and that his shoulder will be tested again Wednesday, but he declined to offer any updates about the second-year quarterback's status for Saturday's preseason game against the Jets. The Packers will "give [Love] every opportunity," per LaFleur, but "don't want to put him in a situation to make it worse." Love injured his shoulder during last weekend's exhibition matchup against the Texans, and though a follow-up MRI came back clean, Green Bay clearly intends to approach his recovery with caution. Kurt Benkert and Jacob Dolegala will continue to see increased reps as long as Love is sidelined.

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