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Jordan Love | Packers QB

Date of Birth:  11/02/1998
Age:  23
Height  6'4"
Weight:   224
College:  Utah State
Drafted:  2020 | Round 1 | Pick 26
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Jordan Love | Packers QB


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WOLF SPORTS PROJECTION

Jordan Love | Packers QB

Jordan Love (shoulder) is unlikely to play on Saturday.

Love has no structural damage after going down in the preseason opener, but it makes sense for Green Bay to pull back on last year's first-round pick if he's not at full strength. Hopefully we can see Love in the preseason finale with Aaron Rodgers—assuming he remains healthy—set to keep him on the bench for another season when the calendar turns to September.

Jordan Love | Packers QB

Jordan Love (shoulder) will miss some practice time.

While Love's MRI came back clean after he left Saturday night's preseason game, he won't be practicing today. This preseason action can really help with Love's development, so hopefully the team is just taking things slow and he can play in each of the final two games this month.

Jordan Love | Packers QB

The Packers removed Jordan Love from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Love can rejoin his teammates tomorrow at practice. The first-round rookie quarterback will look to continue develop behind Aaron Rodgers.

Jordan Love | Packers QB

The Packers placed Jordan Love on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Love joins A.J. Dillon, Jamaal Williams, and a couple of others on the list, but hopefully it doesn't spread any further with Green Bay now having a couple of days off.

Jordan Love | Packers QB

The Packers have selected Utah State quarterback Jordan Love with the No. 26 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

This is a big surprise from Green Bay toward the end of Round 1, as they not only made this selection for a quarterback, but traded up to do it. Love is in a similar position now to the one Aaron Rodgers was in 15 years ago, as he'll  sit behind a legendary veteran quarterback on the back nine of his career. Love has plus physical tools to work with, but there is some concern with turnovers after he threw 17 interceptions in his final college season. Our full scouting report on Love can be read in the link below, but Love will be sitting behind Rodgers in 2020 and remains just a dynasty-league hold for now.