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Wednesday Cheese Curds: Jordan Love’s OTA work is a step in the right direction

Jordan Love is a work in progress, but he’s still working.

Green Bay Packers Offseason Workout Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

If offseason work is about smoothing out the rough spots, the Packers are right where they need to be.

Jordan Love’s up-and-down performances have been an undercurrent of the OTA portion of the offseason program. He’s flashed high-level ability and made some low-level mistakes, and he still appears to be very much a work in progress.

But that’s what this time is for. If Brian Gutekunst and Matt LaFleur are right and Love needs to play, every rep — even every mistake — matters. It’s a step from where he is toward where the Packers hope he can be. The bumps in the road are just a part of the journey.

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