GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers is back in Green Bay.
On Tuesday, the NFL's reigning MVP quarterback was among the veteran Packers players who reported to Lambeau Field on the eve of training camp, which officially begins Wednesday with a 10:10 a.m. CT practice at Ray Nitschke Field.
An avid fan of "The Office" and actor Brian Baumgartner, Rodgers sported a grey T-shirt referencing the show – complete with an NBA Jam-styled design – as he entered the building.
Rodgers returns for an unprecedented 17th season with the Packers, which will surpass the franchise record he currently shares with Brett Favre and Bart Starr.
The 37-year-old quarterback is coming off an MVP season in which he reset both the Packers' single-season record for touchdown passes (48) and completion percentage (70.3%).
Beginning Wednesday, the Packers are scheduled to hold four consecutive public practices (weather permitting) at Nitschke Field and three more next week leading into the annual Family Night practice inside Lambeau Field on Aug. 7.