Aaron Rodgers says he gave his right throwing arm more rest than usual during the offseason. The 33-year-old Packers’ quarterback normally takes a couple weeks off from his conditioning program between the June minicamp and the start of Training Camp in late July. But this year, Rodgers says he took most of the summer break off and relaxed — and while his arm is still in good shape, he said his legs feel better than the past couple years. That’s important because as Rodgers puts it, “When your legs are underneath you and you’re throwing from the ground up, you’re probably going to be a little more accurate.” Rodgers has had a solid training camp, and he threw a 55-yard touchdown pass to Trevor Davis at practice on Tuesday.