Rodgers looking to build chemistry with new receivers

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For the Green Bay Packers the biggest thing to work on this training camp is building chemistry between all-star QB Aaron Rodgers, and his current group of wide receivers.

“From Davante, too Allen it is going to be a transition, but he is capable of a lot. The way things have gone with the reps and the guys that we have here, and the targets we have dialed out he hasn’t had a ton of opportunities. Since his first day here he has turned heads so it is not surprising. I like a hungry Allen, Lazard, it will be an adjustment for us but I’m happy with day one,” said Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

The departure of wide receivers Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and St. Brown leaves a big hole.

Tose three players combined for 241 targets, 158 catches, 2,081 yards and 14 touchdowns last year.

Big stats to fill for the current receiving core of Lazard, Cobb, and Doubs.