With situation unchanging, Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur reiterates desire for Aaron …

“I’ve got nothing new to update, and we still obviously feel the same way,” the Packers coach said Friday during the team’s rookie minicamp.

They had two in for rookie camp on a tryout basis — journeymen Kurt Benkert and Chad Kelly — and signed veteran Blake Bortles earlier this week.

LaFleur didn’t say whether signing Bortles had anything to do with the uncertainty around Rodgers, who, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported last month, has told the Packers he does not want to return to the team.

He is allowed to participate because of a rule that says a second-year quarterback who played less than 25% of his team’s offensive snaps as a rookie may join this year’s rookies for the session.

Asked whether he planned to prepare Love as the starter just in case they can’t persuade Rodgers to return, LaFleur said: “I’m not going to make any assumptions about anything at this point.

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