Packers Return To Work In Voluntary Offseason Workouts

The Green Bay Packers had a very active offseason signing over 100 million dollars in just two star signings Josh Jacobs and Xavier McKinney. With the roster being shuffled around with new additions and lost starters, it is key to work out the kinks with the new roster early. With the NFL Draft just around the corner, the Green Bay Packers have taken to the practice field to help usher in the winning culture early.

Green Bay Packers Arrive For Voluntary Offseason Workouts

The Green Bay Packers players seemed to be ready to get back to work after an impressive postseason appearance in the 2023-24 postseason. After upsetting the Dallas Cowboys in the wildcard round in a stunning fashion as well as falling just four points short of the no.1 seed and eventual NFC champion San Fransisco 49ers in the divisional round.

After the season it appeared every player went to work in the offseason looking to get to the next level next season. With numerous quotes floating around about things like Jordan Love’s focus in the offseason and the Green Bay Packers’ dedication to chasing a Super Bowl trophy, the Packers are back to official fieldwork for this offseason.

The attendance for the voluntary workouts appears to be higher since the days of Aaron Rodgers, even players who did not attend last year have decided to come this year to see the new faces. Including superstar Jaire Alexander.

The Green Bay Packers have a lot of new pieces to integrate for the 2024-25 season, from new players like Josh Jacobs and Xavier McKinney to many new coaches, especially on the defensive side of the ball. With the NFL draft process in full swing, the Green Bay Packers are likely using the voluntary workouts to flesh out their draft strategy accounting for different positions and personalities.

One of the most anticipated new Green Bay Packers Josh Jacobs was pictured in his new threads, giving fans a sneak peak for their franchise running back.

With the 2024-25 training camp coming quickly the familiarity with the new faces will only grow over time, the first step of this familiarity has hit us with the voluntary offseason workouts.

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