Packers begin off-season workouts

Rodgers says 'trust the process'

GREEN BAY, Wis. - After a major snowstorm hit Green Bay over the weekend, the Packers opened their off-season workout program on Tuesday.

The workouts were supposed to begin Monday, but with the travel difficulties, they were pushed to Tuesday.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers says his collarbone "feels great" after surgery and recovery. 

Rodgers was also asked about reports he wasn't happy how wide receiver Jordy Nelson and quarterback coach Alex Van Pelt left Green Bay in the off-season. 

Rodgers would just say "the team is going to try to put the right guys in place, the right coaches in place, the right players in place, and you just have to trust the process.  As we've talked about over the years, this process has worked, and it has worked for Mike (McCarthy for a number of years, obviously that's why he's still here in his 13th season,  We've had a lot of success here and you've got to trust the process."

Rodgers was also asked about the progress of a contract extension with the Packers. 

"The team has made it public knowledge that they’d love to do that," Rodgers said. "I’ve said I’d love to finish my career here. There’s more than mutual interest on both sides.”

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