One day after making a few surprising moves at the quarterback position in Green Bay, the Packers have the day off from practice on Tuesday.
They’ll get back to work Wednesday, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be busy on his day off, regardless. He’ll be making the season debut of his weekly radio show on ESPN Radio affiliates in Milwaukee and Madison and streamed live on ESPNWisconsin.com.
Hosted by Jason Wilde, the show airs live at 1:30 p.m. CT on 540 AM in Milwaukee, 100.5 FM in Madison and online worldwide.
You can bet one of the big topics of conversation on the show will be the backup quarterback situation, after the Packers signed Seneca Wallace and released B.J. Coleman on Monday.
Rodgers will likely also address the team’s upcoming season opener on Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.
League-wide on Tuesday, teams are able to place one player on injured reserve as “designated to return” anytime after 3:00 p.m., if they so choose.
Whether or not the Packers will make use of the short-term injured reserve rule remains to be seen. The organization has been mum on the hamstring injury to cornerback Casey Hayward, but he was the reportedly one player not practicing on Monday.