Both Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur see running back A.J. Dillon as an ascending player who has improved greatly in the

passing game since the Green Bay Packers took him in the second round of the 2020 draft.

Expect to see Dillon catch a lot of passes from Rodgers in 2022.

“When he came in here, he was a big back who you’d expect to be able to run power really well.

I feel like, of all the people we’ve had the last three years, he’s gotta be on a very short list

of guys who have improved so drastically,” Rodgers said Wednesday. “His pass-catching ability is really, really solid.

He’s made difficult catches look easy over the last couple of years and this training camp.

. I couldn’t be more proud of 28 and his approach.”Dillon caught only 21 passes over three seasons at Boston

College and just two passes as a rookie in 2020. As a second-year player,