Packers' Mark Murphy, Brian Gutekunst address fans at annual shareholders meeting
GREEN BAY - In an offseason of uncertainty about the status of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, fans are getting a chance Monday to have their voices heard.
Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy and general manager Brian Gutekunst spoke Monday at the annual shareholders meeting at Lambeau Field.
Rodgers' status has been in question since ESPN reported on the first day of the NFL draft that the star quarterback no longer wanted to play in Green Bay.
Rodgers and the rest of the Packers players are scheduled to report Tuesday for the first day of training camp.
Here are some highlights from the ongoing shareholders meeting:
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- DOUGHERTY: How much say should Aaron Rodgers have in personnel decisions?
- RELATED:Packers CEO Mark Murphy calls Aaron Rodgers a 'complicated fella'
- GREEN 19 PODCAST: What we saw from Jordan Love at Packers minicamp
- RELATED: Jordan Love says he'll be '100 percent' ready to start Week 1
- RELATED: Aaron Rodgers' absence, Jordan Love's struggles overshadow minicamp