After Six Long Months, Payoff Arrives for LaFleur-Rodgers 'Partnership'

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After Six Long Months, Payoff Arrives for LaFleur-Rodgers 'Partnership'
After Six Long Months, Payoff Arrives for LaFleur-Rodgers 'Partnership'

Bill HuberOct 22, 2019 Matt LaFleur was named the Green Bay Packers' coach on Jan. 8. On Jan. 16, Nathaniel Hackett was named his offensive coordinator, with the rest of LaFleur's offensive staff being announced over the next couple weeks. On April 8, players reported for the first day of offseason workouts. From April 23 through April 25, the team hit the field for a minicamp, followed by 10 organized team activities spread over three weeks beginning on May 20. The offseason slate of practices ended with minicamp on June 11 through June 13. On July 25, LaFleur's first training camp got under way. Hour after hour, day after day, week after week, LaFleur and his staff toiled away building the

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