Aaron Rodgers heading to the Steelers?
The Green Bay Packers superstar is in his final year playing for the Packers. The offseason drama was all about Rodgers getting the respect he so rightfully deserves, and the the Packers obliged, letting Rodgers play out his final year with the team, before who know where he’ll end up.
It’s pretty clear that Ben Roethlisberger’s time in the Steel City is coming to an end, so who will the Steelers look to sign next season?
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Enter Aaron Rodgers, who dished out some pretty nice comments about the city and the team.
“I have a ton of respect for Mike. I think he’s a fantastic coach, I love the way that he leads. I love the way he talks after the games. Always seems to keep things really even keel. And looks like he’s somebody that the players love playing for him.”
— Pat McAfee Show Quotes (@Patmcafeequotes) September 28, 2021
It’s a great blue collar town. There’s a lot of great people that live there. It’s got a lot of history, that city.”
Aaron Rodgers realllly talking up the city of Pittsburgh, the Steelers organization and Mike Tomlin (especially Tomlin) on the Pat Mac show…….
— Jon Ledyard (@LedyardNFLDraft) September 28, 2021
Aaron Rodgers would love playing for the Steelers. He wants to be put on a pedestal. The Steelers have experience doing that with franchise QBs.
— Andrew Fillipponi (@ThePoniExpress) September 28, 2021
Rodgers and the Steelers would seem like a pretty good fit, it’s a working man’s town, and Rodgers blue collar attitude would blend in well with the fanbase.
A lot can happen between now and then, so obviously Steelers fans shouldn’t get their hopes up.
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— Andrew Fillipponi (@ThePoniExpress) September 29, 2021
But you never know..