Amari Rodgers came into the 2022 season needing to assist with igniting the resurgence of the Packers' extraordinary groups.

Consider Friday night's preseason opener against the San Francisco to be a positive development.

The second-year collector/returner busted a 50-yard the opening shot return in the principal quarter against the 49ers,

giving the unit a shock in its first trip under new Packers exceptional groups organizer Rich Bisaccia.

"It felt perfect, just to clearly put that out there for our exceptional groups," Rodgers said. "We battled the year before.

To put that out there to show the headway that we made felt perfect.

"You just need to play quick and respond to what comes. That is truly the thing I did, and I made a play."

Rodgers said the play call was a center return however he popped it outside in the wake of seeing a wrinkle foster on the right.

San Francisco kicker Robbie Gould ended up making the quit, knocking Rodgers too far out.

The Packers' sideline woke up by the play. To such an extent latent linebacker Rashan Gary ran into Rodgers in fervor, dropping the 5-foot-9 collector to the ground.