Alvin Jones Jr., the fraternal twin brother of Packers running back Aaron Jones, is among the players trying out at Green Bay’s rookie minicamp this weekend. Alvin Jones was a linebacker at UTEP, where he was a college teammate of his brother’s. Alvin signed as an undrafted rookie with the Ravens in 2018 and played [more]
It seems hard to believe, but there was a time this offseason where an Aaron not named Rodgers was the biggest story in Green Bay. Re-signing running back Aaron Jones to a four-year, $48 million deal was arguably the Packers’ biggest offseason move, in a year where they didn’t bring in any new free agents. Jones went on “The Rich Eisen Show” on Thursday to discuss the Packers’ offseason, and was predictably asked several questions about Aaron Rodgers, who reportedly wants out of Green Bay.
Green Bay also brought in three players on a tryout basis. The number of tryout players is limited this year due to COVID-19 protocols, and Green Bay elected to bring in a pair of quarterbacks and a linebacker with a close connection to a certain Packers star. Wes Hodkiewicz of Packers.com posted the full 28-man rookie camp roster on Twitter.