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The team was pleased to have survived the financial challenges of COVID-19 without having to dip into its rainy-day corporate reserve fund (which now stands at $511 million) and having lost $38.8 million from operations during the fiscal year.
In just over a week, the full 90-man roster is slated to report to Green Bay, with the first practice of training camp set for July 28. And because Rodgers has said next to nothing publicly about his intentions, all anyone can do at this point is make educated guesses.
The second-year back is expected to take over the job formerly held by Jamaal Williams.