Sportsbooks have reportedly received a major “tip” in the situation with Green Bay Packers superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers has yet to report to Green Bay this offseason. The MVP quarterback did not show up for voluntary OTAs or mandatory minicamp. It’s unclear when – or if – he’ll report to training camp later this month.
Throughout the ongoing spat between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, reports have indicated time and time again that the conflict hasn’t been about money. However, a new piece of information suggests that might not entirely be the case. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, a team...
Aaron Rodgers casually flipped the NFL world on its head prior to this year’s NFL Draft when he demanded that the Green Bay Packers trade him. For fairly obvious reasons, Green Bay has been reluctant to give up arguably the best quarterback of his generation – despite his unabashed hatred of the organization.
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Though there have been reports that Aaron Rodgers‘ decision to play for the Green Bay Packers has nothing to do with money, a report surfaced on Sunday morning that suggests Rodgers does have a price. According to a report from Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, a league source had...
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If he wants to retire, fine, then retire. If he wants to play, fine, then play. But what’s completely intolerable is this commitment to absolute season sabotage. What’s Aaron Rodgers doing? Is he sitting around giggling? Does he think this is funny? Does it make him happy to see his teammates and coaching staff stress about what’s going to happen next year?
Just three years ago, the Baltimore Ravens said goodbye to outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith as the homegrown pass rusher signed a four-year, $66 million contract to join the Green Bay Packers. It was a monster contract for an ascending player, and he quickly made the Packers look like geniuses tallying...
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The issues Aaron Rodgers has with the Green Bay Packers are supposedly not about money, but that does not necessarily mean money can’t fix them. A recent report claimed Rodgers turned down a multi-year contract extension from the Packers this offseason that would have made him the highest-paid player in football. Of course, all that matters with NFL contracts is guaranteed money, and there were no details about the structure of the supposed offer.
There’s a growing rumor developing with the situation between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, suggesting the superstar quarterback will retire later this month. The Packers are scheduled to open training camp later this month. Rodgers has yet to report to Green Bay this offseason, skipping voluntary OTAs and mandatory minicamp. Will he show up for training camp?
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There’s been no shortage of drama between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers through this offseason. But if you really think about things, it’s nothing compared to the Deshaun Watson experience the Houston Texans have gone through ever since year began. Watson requested a trade from the Texans back...
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have an excellent marriage, and that won't change. There's no drama nor tension between Mahomes and the coaching staff/front office. The Chiefs allow Mahomes to freely speak his mind and do whatever they can to put him in the best possible position to succeed.
This week, NFL training camps open around the league. A select number of Chicago Bears fans will be allowed to see their team in action this year, unlike in 2020. The biggest draw, this year, is rookie quarterback Justin Fields. He’s had the fan based hyped since the moment he was drafted — and it’s about time there’s an electricity within this fan base.
Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams Could Soon Force Brian Gutekunst to Make Packers Fans’ Worst Nightmare Come to Life
Green Bay Packers fans have witnessed Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams develop into arguably the most dominant quarterback-receiver duo in the NFL. Last season, the strong-armed signal-caller won his third MVP trophy after leading the league with 48 touchdown passes. His No. 1 target captured first-team All-Pro honors for the first time in his career.
As the Miami Dolphins prepare for the start of training camp, we break down every position with a look back at what happened in the offseason, what to watch in the summer and what might happen in the regular season. We continue the series with the linebackers. ON THE ROSTER.
The Los Angeles Chargers are led offensively by quarterback Justin Herbert, who had a tremendous rookie campaign. Herbert broke multiple rookie records in 2020, including most passing touchdowns with 31 and most completions with 396. Pro Bowl center Corey Linsley was brought in via free agency, and the Chargers drafted offensive tackle Rashawn Slater in the first round. With a much-improved offensive line, Herbert is bound to have an even better season in 2021.
Nothing in life is guaranteed. Well, unless you’re a superstar athlete, apparently. Aaron Rodgers was the MVP of the NFL last season, leading the league in passing touchdowns (48), passer rating (121.5) and QBR (84.4) among many other stat categories. He was as dynamic as he’s ever been, leading the Green Bay Packers to an NFC-best 13-3 record and to the NFC Championship Game where he was narrowly out-dueled by Tom Brady and the eventual Super Bowl champion Buccaneers.
The New England Patriots training camp is officially set to kick off this upcoming week, which means football is almost back. Players have already begun to report, and there is a general feeling of excitement in the air as the Pats look to overcome last seasons misery. One player who...