Earlier today, Yahoo’s Charles Robinson revealed a narrative that cited two sources near Aaron Rodgers as saying that the Packers QB was annoyed and emotional about not having enter into the group’s personnel selections this offseason, specifically the selections to half methods with Jordy Nelson and QB coach Alex Van Pelt.
Rodgers, in his personal distinctive approach, has addressed the story:
Whereas Rodgers seems to be denying the crux of the story, it must be famous that he publicly expressed displeasure about the lack of communication over Van Pelt’s dismissal, and on social media it positive appeared like he felt the similar approach about Nelson’s exit. By the means, it’s fairly human for him to really feel this manner, and he can be justified in a broader perception that the group has not been tip-prime about surrounding him with expertise the previous couple of years.
Rodgers additionally addressed these subjects with reporters today, and had fairly affordable ideas:
As all the time, we should wait and see how contract negotiations play out to be able to get a real sense of whether or not all of this rhetoric each public and behind the scenes is actual or perceived.