Aaron Rodgers has had a long career of making his teammates look better because he is their quarterback. We saw proof of this yesterday, when star receiver Davante Adams revealed that he was REALLY hoping the Packers could figure out a way to get Rodgers to come back to Green Bay next season. Adams even said that he would have to re-think his future if Rodgers was no longer in the fold.
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While Aaron Rodgers has to wait around to see if the packers grant him his trade request, he’s reportedly courting guys around the league to join him in the event that he is traded away from Green Bay.
“We know that Rodgers has talked to several different players about joining him somewhere else,” NFL insider Ian Rapoport said on NFL Now. “However, of course as we know, the Packers have zero plans whatsoever to trade him.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 10, 2021
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Rapaport would go on to say that the Packers offered Rodgers a giant extension to get him to stay in Green Bay.
This whole situation with Rodgers seems to have nothing to do with money. He has felt slighted by the Packers front office ever since Jordan Love was drafted instead of offensive tools. Rodgers has been asked to do the bulk of the heavy lifting on his own in Green Bay, and doesn’t even have a say in personnel decisions.
Aaron Rodgers has simply had enough of Green Bay. And if they don’t pull the plug, things could get even more ugly next season.
Maybe Rodgers is already plotting a way to get Davante Adams to join him on another squad.