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Aaron Rodgers: Development of wideouts will be part of decision to return

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In the run-up to this season, there has been a lot of talk about how much the development of the Packers’ young wide receivers will affect the team’s success this season, and that development will also affect the team in 2023.

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Beginners Christian Watson as well as Romeo Dubs each caught a touchdown in last Sunday’s win over the Patriots and a quarterback Aaron Rogers said on Wednesday that “there’s a lot to be learned from these guys” in the coming years. Rodgers added that these benefits will continue after he stops playing, but noted that he will be thinking about developing them when he considers a return in 2023.

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“Look, my decision when it comes down to it will obviously be the physical part, the mental part, seeing where the team is. . . . There are some moving parts that will definitely be taken into account. But seeing these guys develop can’t be a part solutions,” Rogers said via Madison.com’s Jason Wilde.

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The Packers will benefit from Watson and Doubes growing as players regardless of who else is on the roster, but the benefits are likely to be even greater if Rodgers is still the guy to challenge them in 2023. year.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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