Green Bay, Wisconsin — Former Iowa State and current Green Bay Packer wide receiver Allen Lazard talked to the press on Wednesday about the playoffs and their upcoming game against the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday night.
Lazard says he’s changed a lot of little things to become the person and player that he is.
The former Cyclone says the Packers will be ready for anything on Saturday night
He says the biggest reason for his improved play has been opportunity.
He has historically seen his game improve as the season has moved along.
Lazard was asked how one catches a football from Aaron Rodgers in bitter cold weather.
The wide receiver says there’s plenty of incentive to getting the job done.
The Packers see the cold at Lambeau as an advantage.
Lazard is going “no sleeves” on Saturday night