Jamaal Williams Provides Interesting Insight Into What Aaron Rodgers Is Like as a Teammate

Jason Schandl
Green Bay Packers RB Jamaal Williams gave some insight about what it's like to play with Aaron Rodgers.
Green Bay Packers RB Jamaal Williams gave some insight about what it's like to play with Aaron Rodgers. / Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
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As a dominant on-field force but a quiet personality in the media off the field, Aaron Rodgers' personality as a teammate has often been a bit of a mystery.

Recently, Green Bay Packers running back Jamaal Williams gave a little insight into what Rodgers is like with the team.

Long-time Packers fans won't be surprised to hear about Rodgers' concerns with a teammate messing up, or that he doesn't get trust in a player right away. It's long been the case that priority number one for a wide receiver in Green Bay is earning Rodgers' trust, and that a couple key mistakes can land a young pass-catcher in Rodgers' dog house.

Williams has been Rodgers' teammate for four seasons, serving as his primary receiving threat out of the backfield with 108 receptions in that time.

Needless to say, Williams seems to have earned Rodgers' trust. He's averaged 6.3 yards per target when Rodgers throws his way — significantly more efficient than the 5.8 from stablemate Aaron Jones.

It's rare that we get a public glimpse into what Rodgers is like as a teammate, and it's cool to hear Williams speak so highly of the Packers' franchise QB.


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