It was a day of addition and subtraction for the Green Bay Packers Wednesday.
Added officially to the team was first-round draft pick Jordan Love and second-round draft pick A.J. Dillon. The Utah State quarterback and Boston College running back did not have the terms of their deals released by the team, but NFL Media's Mike Garafolo says Love signed a fully guaranteed four-year contract for $12,383,470, which is the first time a draft pick in that slot has received such a deal. The Packers still have three more draft picks to sign.
Gone from the Packers' summer schedule is their annual stay at St. Norbert College and two preseason games. The Packers made the decision after the NFL issued guidelines recommending teams do most if not all of their team functions at their own facilities. It breaks a 60 year streak between the Packers and St. Norbert College in nearby. The Packers also saw their preseason schedule shrunk from four games to two games, losing their home matchup against the Cardinals and their finale at Kansas City. Both of the decisions were made out of respect to growing COVID-19 concerns.