“Things did not go well for Aaron Rodgers in 2015, but he is still the top quarterback in the league at his best, and pretty much everybody at PFF expects him to bounce back in the season to come now that he has his top target back in action (Jordy Nelson), and he can regain the trust he lost in his receivers over the year. In 2014, he was comfortably the best-graded passer in the league and there isn’t any reason he can’t get back to that kind of level. Behind him is Brett Hundley, a talented athlete that many are high on, but a player that did not “wow” in grading terms in his final college season.”
Hundley was drafted in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft out of UCLA and has been widely considered a great trade piece should the Packers decide to go that route. He didn’t gain a lot of confidence from Sporting News, who give him a “confidence ranking” of 6/10.
The Packers report to Green Bay on July 25 and begin training camp on July 26. The annual Family Night scrimmage takes place on July 31 and the first preseason game is the Hall of Fame Game against the Indianapolis Colts on Aug. 7.