Aaron Rodgers embracing change on offense this offseason

In an interview with Chris Simms of NBC Sports, Rodgers is embracing change and excited to work in Matt LaFleur's offense for the upcoming 2019 season.

Zachary Jacobson of Cheesehead TV notes one quote in particular that should get fans excited about this year:

"The most important thing with change is to embrace it. Being comfortable with the uncomfortable parts of it. When you've been in a system for so long, you have a way of doing things. The first part is being open to [change]. That's what I told [LaFleur] day one. I said, 'I wanna be coached.'"

Jacobson writes that even though Rodgers is moving away from a familiar offense that he's run for over a decade, that the hiring of LaFleur was in part intended to give Rodgers one more good shot at a championship run:

Entering his age 36 season, it isn't too late for Rodgers to churn out more greatness in a redesigned offense. The addition of LaFleur is projected to help make that entire process easier.

You can read the full article at Cheesehead TV by clicking here.

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