Jordy Nelson says he has "nothing to prove" in move to Raiders


At the Jockey Being Family 2018 Golf & Gala event in Lake Geneva, WI, Jordy Nelson made comments on his move to the Raiders. "I don't have anything to prove," he said. "I'm enjoying the game, as long as I'm healthy and enjoying it, it will be good."

Nelson was released by the Packers after the season and quickly signed a two-year deal with the Oakland Raiders that reunites him with former Packers Offensive Coordinator, Edgar Bennett. Nelson also said that he and his family are in the process of moving to Oakland. "It's been different, but we are making it through the process, just like any family would when moving their careers so we are in the process of it we have another week in Green Bay then we are all out," he said. "We are excited about the opportunity and are looking forward to it."

The Packers will face the Raiders in the third week of the preseason in Oakland on Friday, Aug. 24th.

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