Changes over the past two seasons in Green Bay have impacted every part of the organization, from personnel to the front office. That includes this offseason, where Super Bowl-winning head coach Mike McCarthy was let go late last season and his permanent replacement, Matt LaFleur, was hired to spark an offense that had grown predictable the past two seasons.
After more than a decade running Mike McCarthy's offense, Aaron Rodgers is excited to take on the challenge of mastering Matt LaFleur's system ahead of the 2019 season.
Rodgers told NBC Sports that he's excited for the challenge and that the offseason changes were great. The Packers spent heavily in free agency on defense, and also invested more draft capital into shoring up some big areas of need across the board.
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