Jordan Love

Jordan Love Fantasy

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Height / Weight
6'4" / 224 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
November 2, 1998 (21)
2020 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 26 (GB)
Utah State

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Packers Sign Jordan Love To Fully Guaranteed Deal

The Green Bay Packers signed first-round quarterback Jordan Love on Wednesday to a fully guaranteed four-year, $12.383 million deal, according to sources. Love will receive a $6.566 million signing bonus. It's the first time that the No. 26 pick in the draft has received a fully guaranteed deal under the current rookie contract system. The Packers shocked everyone and took Love, the heir apparent to Aaron Rodgers, in the first round in April. While the Utah State alum has some promising physical traits as a dual-threat QB, he was very inconsistent in college and isn't a sure thing at the next level. Rodgers is under contract through the 2023 season as well, so Love is strictly a dynasty/keeper stash and hold.

Jul. 1st • 4:52 PM
Packers GM Was Driving Force Behind Jordan Love Selection

Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst started digging into future quarterbacks last offseason when he held a pre-draft visit with quarterback Drew Lock, who the Broncos drafted in the second round in 2019. Gutekunst comes from the Ron Wolf/Ted Thompson school of scouting in which the importance of the QB is ingrained. Wolf traded for Brett Favre in 1992 and Thompson took Aaron Rodgers at No. 24 in 2005 despite having Favre on the roster. Gutekunst thought the better value was in the long term with the trade up in the first round for Jordan Love this year. He even attended one of Love's Utah State games last season and showed a strong interest in him leading up to the draft. Rodgers remains the unquestioned starter in Green Bay, but his fantasy stock is fading without a standout No. 2 wideout and with the possibility of Green Bay becoming more run-centric in 2020. Love will be a coveted dynasty/keeper commodity in 2020 drafts.

May. 1st • 12:41 AM
Packers Trade Up To Grab Jordan Love

The Green Bay Packers traded up with the Miami Dolphins and selected Utah State quarterback Jordan Love with the No. 26 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Thursday. Very interesting. Many pegged the Packers to possibly trade up to take a receiver late in the first round after Davante Adams was quarterback Aaron Rodgers' only real passing weapon in 2019. Love broke records at Utah State, but he'll sit behind Rodgers and learn for at least a few years. He has similar upside to that of Patrick Mahomes, as he can make plays outside the pocket and has a rocket arm. Those that were skeptical of Love thought he made too many careless mistakes, but he'll have time to develop behind Rodgers before he's thrown into the fire. Love will obviously be strictly a dynasty/keeper option for fantasy drafters. Expect Green Bay to hone in on a wideout later on in this stacked class.

Apr. 23rd • 11:28 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Aaron Rodgers
Jordan Love
RB Aaron Jones
Jamaal Williams
LWR Davante Adams
Jake Kumerow
RWR Devin Funchess
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
SWR Allen Lazard
Equanimeous St. Brown
TE Jace Sternberger
Josiah Deguara
LT David Bakhtiari
John Leglue
LG Lane Taylor
Elgton Jenkins
C Corey Linsley
Cole Madison
RG Billy Turner
Lucas Patrick
RT Rick Wagner
Alex Light
LDE Dean Lowry
Jonathan Garvin
NT Kenny Clark
Montravius Adams
RDE Tyler Lancaster
Kingsley Keke
LOLB Preston Smith
Randy Ramsey
LILB Oren Burks
Christian Kirksey
Curtis Bolton
Ty Summers
ROLB Za'Darius Smith
Rashan Gary
LCB Jaire Alexander
Chandon Sullivan
SS Darnell Savage
Vernon Scott
FS Adrian Amos
Will Redmond
RCB Kevin King
Josh Jackson
K Mason Crosby