Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers made news after losing in the NFC Championship, when discussing his future with the Green Bay Packers.
“A lot of guys futures, they’re uncertain, myself included,” Rodgers told reporters after the NFC Championship game. Now, Aaron Rodgers is walking back his comments a bit. Rodgers went on the Pat McAfee show and revealed that he thinks he’ll be back with the team.
“I don’t think I said anything that I haven’t said before,” Rodgers said. “Ultimately my future is not in my control. I was thinking about Aaron Jones and Corey Linsley (both scheduled FAs). I don’t see a reason why I shouldn’t be back.”
"I don't feel like I said anything that I hadn't said before.. It was just more of a realization I think that ultimately my future is not necessarily in my control…
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 26, 2021
Slow week? C’mon Aaron, you’re a smart guy. You had to know that when you said your future was ‘uncertain’ in Green Bay that it was going to make headlines. This isn’t some product of a slow news week. This is Aaron Rodgers sending a message to Green Bay’s management that he doesn’t feel respected. Ever since the Packers traded up in the draft to get Jordan Love, Rodgers has had a chip on his shoulder.
Sure, we all know Aaron Rodgers will be the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers next season. That doesn’t mean theres not a message being sent here.
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