Aaron Rodgers’ fire has been extinguished? His former teammate thinks so. Appearing on ESPN’s KJM, former Packers tight end Jermichael Finley said he doesn’t see the “hunger” in Rodgers to compete anymore. Finley said that it might be time for Rodgers to step aside and let Jordan Love take the reins if he’s not interested.
“I just don’t see the work ethic in Aaron Rodgers that I have in previous years,” Finley said at the end. “And actually, you can see it right through his helmet. The eyes and the face tell everything about the personality. And I don’t see that NFL hunger and that hunger to go win another championship.”
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Some fans didn’t agree with Finley’s take on Rodgers:
Convinced the only person who holds grudges as long as Aaron Rodgers does is Jermichael Finley. He’s been doing this for a full decade now. pic.twitter.com/Y7QwM6phZM
— Jaymes (@JaymesL) September 15, 2021
There’s not a soul on earth that would know who Jermichael Finley is without Aaron Rodgers. Just let it go dude https://t.co/mlUaxSGsK0
— Nick Komisar (@nick_komisar_1) September 15, 2021
Jermichael Finley any time Aaron Rodgers has a bad game pic.twitter.com/50S0XOrf6A
— The Book Of E-Leaux (@B8kOfELo) September 15, 2021
LMFAO oh wow here’s a fresh take. ESPN goes and digs out Jermichael Finley for a bashing take of Aaron Rodgers. Greg Jennings coming up next I’m sure. These are the only 2 guys for a decade who have spewed this.
— Travy (@TravyMike) September 15, 2021
Every time Jermichael Finley decides to publicly take shots at Aaron Rodgers, I think of 12's reaction from a few years ago: pic.twitter.com/PVmbqyEMdK
— Tyler Brooke (@TylerDBrooke) September 15, 2021
Rodgers and the Packers take the field next on “Monday Night Football” against the Detroit Lions.
We’ll see what his hunger looks like against the Lions.