Packers wideouts respond to Aaron Rodgers' criticisms.

Packers wideouts respond to Aaron Rodgers' criticisms.

With Davante Adams gone, Aaron Rodgers lost his safety net. He hasn't found one in camp yet.

Rodgers told reporters after Tuesday's practise, "We've got to be far more consistent."

"The season is starting. It's near. Our finest players will start the season.

And those men will receive the reps. The guys I and the coaches trust the most.

Be in the correct place at the right time before body placement, movement, and throw. 

Coming from a quarterback of Aaron Rodgers' calibre and experience, the annoyance is understandable.

He realises he doesn't have time left in his career to wait for his teammates to improve.

Only choice is to verbally communicate his thoughts in hopes they'll better.

According to rookie receiver Samori Toure on Wednesday, "it was just basically giving us advise.

Basically, he was saying that the Green Bay receiving corps has consistently been held to a very high standard.

All the legends who visited. It's about maintaining and raising the bar.

"He wants us to see what he sees" So we may react, play, dominate, and be ourselves.

Rodgers praised Randall Cobb, Sammy Watkins, and Allen Lazard on Tuesday.

"I respect Aaron's eagerness to fix some things," coach Matt LaFleur told ESPN's Rob Demovsky.

The Packers want to be as ready as they can be, with a wide range of alternatives for moving the ball via the air.