To get those together who are all married and living with kids, is tough to do. We’re going to try but it’s going to be difficult.
LB A.J. Hawk recently said that organized workouts are just a reason to get together, and according to the Journal-Sentinel, RG Josh Sitton and LB Desmond Bishop didn't see any value in it for the offensive lineman or the defense either. But Bishop did acknowledge that the offense (i.e. the quarterbacks and receivers) might need it for their timing.
With all the experience Rodgers has with his receivers, and all the extra games they played through the Super Bowl, no passing attack will be fresher than the Packers whenever the offseason workouts begin. It might be useful to give rookie 2nd round WR Randall Cobb a head start (who Rodgers didn't even mention during the interview), but that's not essential either.
And on TE Jermichael Finley: Rodgers said he primarily follows his Twitter account, just like everyone else.