When To Expect A Decision From Aaron Rodgers

Aaron tries to sort through the nothingness that was Aaron Rodgers' appearance on Pat McAfee's show and gives his best guess as to when we'll know if Rodgers wants to return to the Green Bay Packers.

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croatpackfan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:02 pm

Aaron do not try to find excuses for Aaron Rodgers. He clearly said at MVP award ceremony that he will take 2 weeks from that day and he will make the decision, whatever that deciswion will be. So, the decision should come on February, 27th 2022. Also, prolonging his decision can make some problems for FO. I doubt that BG will draft same players if Aaron Rodgers stays with Packers versus he retires or he request trade. It would not be fair and honest after all those thankings shared on Instagram...

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DTowleJr's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:05 pm

Watched the whole segment, and I also came away with the feeling that he is still hashing out his thoughts. I had a deep dread going in to the broadcast, especially after the cryptic posts and pictures yesterday, but I left with a light peace in my mind and heart. Aaron explained the last picture post (Cobb-space-Adams), and it was exactly as I thought it was, a sentimental picture of respect from Randall Cobb and Davante Adams that really moved him. As for the IG text itself, it was just Rodgers being all sentimental as he begins the process of looking back over the season - nothing more, nothing less.

Did any of it shed a light in a possible direction - that answer is no. My heart is happy that trade and retirement talk wasn't delved into very much. Appreciation for the last 2 years was often mentioned, and I sensed an ever so slight leaning towards returning... but that could just be me.

As for the extra days spent in Green Bay after the close of the season, it was also as I suspected, a sit down review with Brian Gutekunst, Russ Ball and Matt LaFleur, and then goodbyes to his teammates who may or may not be back next year. He just wanted those hugs and closures.

He did reiterate, several times, that this is NOT going to be a drawn out decision. He's fresh off his "cleanse" and is now getting down to those meetings with his friends and family to help him make a decision. We all should know sooner than later. So again, we wait...

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croatpackfan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:26 pm

"He's fresh off his "cleanse" and is now getting down to those meetings with his friends and family to help him make a decision."

What family?

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DTowleJr's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:55 pm

He was just down near Nashville looking at property, and has bought some acreage (according to public records). Both of his brothers live near Nashville, and his brother Luke's wife is expecting. He has contact with his brothers, which means he may have contact with other members of his family. Don't forget, it was outside people reporting that he was estranged from his family. He never addressed that publicly. But, he has matured since those reports surfaced (true or not), and his maturity may have opened doors.

Since I, and most everyone else, are not his family, insinuations about his personal life are really none of our business. His personal life is his and his alone. If he chooses to share parts of his life, that's his decision.

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NoNonsense's picture

February 23, 2022 at 04:03 pm

His family is deeply religious, he is not as far as I know so that's probably where any rift began if there was any.

I'm just hoping he doesn't retire. If he's determined to move on, I hope he brings a good haul in a trade.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

February 22, 2022 at 05:17 pm

LOL!

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murf7777's picture

February 22, 2022 at 06:07 pm

Great comments, I echo your sentiments. Ultimately, it is his life and as stated he will make a decision soon so the Packers can move on one way or the other

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mbpacker's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:05 pm

My Gute feeling is that 12 is coming back. No way I see him retiring. A trade perhaps, but just feel Rodgers knows that GB is the best place for him. As long as he feels that Packers are not going into rebuild mode why not come back. I think all of this drama is thought out and he is having fun with it. Now that he is single again he has to get his thrills someway. GPG!

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BuckyBadger's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:14 pm

Going to have to go into some sort of rebuilding mode. The cap requires them to clean out a lot of contracts, especially if they want to sign Adams. If those two come back they will have to cut elsewhere and rebuild.

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MainePackFan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:21 pm

Unless he turned his "TV" on in the middle the interview, I'm thinking he probably isn't single again :)

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dobber's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:07 pm

Maybe the Instagram post was due to scotch-induced, post-cleanse dysphoria...

I LOVE YOU, MAN!!!

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croatpackfan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:30 pm

dobber I think you are on the right track regarding that Instagram post. This is true Aaron Rodgers. looking for attention and indicating nothing and everything!

Maybe he was lost in divisional round because he was all in love pain (not Love pain). Who knows...

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Jordan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:53 pm

Oh you know there was scotch involved. lol

One minute he's espousing agitated far right wing conspiratorial nut job views, and the next minute he's thinking he's the Dalai Lama. I guess it's possible that medicated oil enemas can help with that, but first I will check with Dr. Joe Rogan and do my own research.

Rodgers is going to spend 2022 trying to rehab his image, but surely he must know he can't put that toothpaste back in the tube.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

February 23, 2022 at 12:55 pm

I love that you can't peg down Aaron Rodgers. I love that he doesn't fit any conservative, liberal, religious or other mold. He is his own man and I really respect that. It has become popular to turn disagreement into disdain in this country. When I was growing up, there was disagreement with ideas, but respect for the person and their choices. It's his life and he can do exactly what he wants with it. I know I do that with my life. He's admitted to mistakes on and off the field. He seems to have a great rapport with team members and the coaching staff and he's more fun to watch than most QBs that have ever taken the field in the NFL. I feel so thankful he fell to GB in the draft and Ted went for it. Whatever he decides going forward (and I hope to watch those amazing throws for another season or more), I wish him the best.

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MainePackFan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:24 pm

I have an idea you may be right about that Dobber. Probably the same bottle of scotch that gave him covid toe.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

February 22, 2022 at 05:19 pm

Seriously, some of you dudes are funnier than hell!

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PeteK's picture

February 22, 2022 at 06:36 pm

I agree, Hahahahaha

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dobber's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:06 pm

I bet a scotch enema would sting...

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packergal's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:49 pm

Sad but perhaps true, Dobber.
Perhaps the "scotch-induced dysphoria" was also partly to blame for the NFCCG defeat.

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GP1's picture

February 23, 2022 at 12:47 am

Just wants to read about his favourite subject; himself.
Poor mans Farve

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

February 23, 2022 at 12:56 pm

I think you might have blinders on. The entire post was about his gratitude for others in his life.

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BuckyBadger's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:11 pm

Aaron Jones didn't draw any attention because NFL teams aren't paying RBs big money anymore. Adams will have lots of teams looking to pay him but he isn't worth the long term deal. At his age he will only decline. Look at the deals handed out to WRs over the age of 29 and for every WR that gave value to that deal I will find you 20 that didn't. Let him walk and get the 3rd comp pick for him.

They where all in with Rodgers and kissed his behind all year and it got them one and done in the playoffs. Instead of waiting around for him I would prefer the Packers to say make a list of teams if you want to keep playing. With the cap the way it is they won't be building a better team for a year or two. You pushed all your chips in and lost. It isn't time to break out the plastic to buy back in. Time to asses what value you have in house and how much you can get to rebuild with to make another long run.

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EnemyTerritory's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:29 pm

Agree with it all except that a sign and trade or tag and trade on Adams is the way to go if it can be done. He’d return at least a second and more likely a first

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BuckyBadger's picture

February 22, 2022 at 05:09 pm

Tag and signs don't work out very often. Take the 3rd comp pick. Gives you better relations with the players. Packers have never used the tag in this way and there is good reason for it.

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dobber's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:10 pm

Actually they did: Corey Williams in 2008. Netted a second in return.

I agree, though: the Packers will likely have to cut too deeply to make this worthwhile unless they know they can get a 1 in return. If they're blowing the whole thing up, maybe they try...but I don't think so otherwise.

Report on JSOnline says the Packers and Adams aren't even talking.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

February 23, 2022 at 01:00 pm

It sure scares me to see the Saints without Brees, the Pats without Brady, the Giants without a Manning, and for that matter, the Colts without a Manning. And the Steelers have a huge question mark. The teams that made it deep into the playoffs all had top performing QBs. There's just a huge question mark in Green Bay once Rodgers leaves. I'm happy to see them try again, b/c the next few years are gonna be awful anyway when he leaves. They might as well be truly awful and earn some high cheap draft picks.

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beerandbrats's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:50 pm

I believe Father Time is quickly catching up with AR12 and the unforgiving winter conditions in Green Bay make it an even more difficult decision. I love having AR12 as my QB, except for in the playoffs in January. I would love for AR12 to win one more SB and retire as a Green Bay Packer; however, it may not be humanly possible because of his age and the harsh winter weather.

And I think AR12 knows that. He too would love to retire as a Packer but I think he knows he could have more success playing in a dome or playing for a warm weather team like TB12.

I believe the Packers can cash in now with a trade and AR12 can have more success playing somewhere warm. I believe the Packers and AR12 would both benefit by going their separate ways.

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EnemyTerritory's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:30 pm

And he can still retire a packer on a one day contract…

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GP1's picture

February 23, 2022 at 12:53 am

He has not been able to win one here since ???
He is older and less of a footballer than he was - why would we do Better?
He is not great in the post season in recent years.
He is not in the same room as Brady. 7 S.B.s V 1 S.B.
The comparisons are ridiculous and it appears are only made in G.B.
I don't think he is one of the top 4 Q.B.s in the competition

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BruceC1960's picture

February 22, 2022 at 02:59 pm

That McAfee interview sure cleared up some things for me. I didn’t realize the off season didn’t start until after the super bowl? Those 3 weeks between the last loss and the super bowl just don’t count. Then 12 days of cleansing. Now it’s time to start thinking about his future plans. Let’s not worry about the numerous team mates that’s future depends on what 12 decides. Glad to see he was able to create some buzz today for McAfee.
12 sure likes to hear himself talk. Even when he says nothing. Please ask for a trade. Enough of this.

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Alberta_Packer's picture

February 22, 2022 at 09:04 pm

"12 sure likes to hear himself talk." And it seems that he likes an audience when he talks about himself. In his appreciations to Woodley and select team mates - why is it necessary to publish for all to see? Shouldn't it be enough to share it privately with just those individuals? It just seems a little too PR and fabricated. In brief, just more Rodgers melodrama.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

February 23, 2022 at 01:03 pm

Social media is literally how the world works right now.

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JohnnyLogan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 03:22 pm

Panchakarma?… he acknowledges that tens of thousands of people, fans mostly but more importantly that includes the teammates he claims to love and this narcissist goes on about an elitist stomach cleanse — what an insufferable ass!

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Alberta_Packer's picture

February 22, 2022 at 09:28 pm

"Panchakarma is a method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste after lubricating it." I wonder if he was able to remove all the covid?

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croatpackfan's picture

February 23, 2022 at 03:54 am

It would be nice if Panchakarma method can clean his huge ego, selfishness, over-confidence, "I'm the smartest guy in the universe" attitude, Davante goggles and some other things. This would be nice, for us as for him...

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Leatherhead's picture

February 22, 2022 at 03:26 pm

Some of the sharpest, most astute Packer fans I know think he'll be back. Of course, a lot of them are big Rodgers fans and it might be coloring their judgement some, but I don't think that's all of it. Conversely, some of the lamest brains I know, who are consistently wrong about just about everything, seem to think he'll be gone, so there's that.

The Packers seem to really want him back. I'm sure they're thinking "He'll still be a very good QB who can protect the ball and move the offense" for another two years at least. And by extending him, it would probably actually lower his cap hit this year. Love is under contract and will be a fine backup.

Virtually the entire offense will be back, including a deep group of offensive linemen and a very good pair of running backs. With Rodgers at the helm, we'll almost certainly have the best offense in the division, and one of the better offenses in the league.

Although Davante Adams should be a separate issue, he probably isn't. Go to www.pro-football-reference.com and look at the receivers who were in the Top 30 or so in yards, receptions, TDs, etc. They're all under 30. Adams turns 30 this year. Julio Jones is a few years older and missed 7 games. There are a few other older, formerly great WRs, who are catching a few passes, but IMO it would be malfeasance to pay big money to a WR on the bad side of 30. We can just let him become a FA and get a 3rd round comp pick for him. We'll need to draft or trade for a legit #1

Personally, I wish we'd move on but I can see the temptation to hang onto Rodgers for another two years. And if we add a legit #1, and maybe a blue chip TE, we'll probably win lots of games and make the playoffs, where we'll HAVE A CHANCE, and that's all we can really hope for.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

February 22, 2022 at 05:32 pm

As always well thought out and presented LH.

I think the problem is Rodgers appears to control the FO, and there is zero chance Rodgers agrees to play without Adam's. If Rodgers is there gotta believe Adam's will as well.

Subsequently, should Adam's stay if I'm an unrestricted FA of the Packers I certainly would sign elsewhere to have chance of being targeted.

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BirdDogUni's picture

February 22, 2022 at 05:44 pm

Personally, I wish he'd ask for a trade, but it seems the Cap isn't real, and the Packers FO will kick a giant can down the road for a couple more years. I can see the appeal for Mark Murphy, Gutey, and Ball for sure. (MaLF too...)

A MVP in the hand is worth two in the bush... ; P

I've come to terms with however it goes down. After we lost, I didn't see anyway they could feasibly bring AR/DA back, but apparently that's what will probably happen.

In a perfect world, they extend AR and DA, have a great draft, figure it all out and win a couple Super Bowls and AR/DA retire together.

I would go as far as hoping a GM has fallen in love with Love and offers Gutey a good deal for him, (Like a 1st next year) which we then draft ARs actual successor with... ; P

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stockholder's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:13 pm

Rodgers Dedicated his Life to football. Whats hard to understand? He'll be back because it's his job. Just give him the tools to do it. I'm sure," he'll get by with a little help from his friends" Making new ones; will show how well he can play with others.

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Coldworld's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:29 pm

The fact that the team appears to be hanging on Rodgers’ deliberations shows how bankrupt the Murphy/LaFleur vision is and how lacking the conviction and leadership in Lombardi Avenue is.

Whatever Rodgers decides, this group isn’t winning anything. No wonder we keep repeating the same errors over and over on and off the field.

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Alberta_Packer's picture

February 22, 2022 at 06:17 pm

I see that you excluded Gutekunst from "the vision." I would have also omitted him as I think that he possesses a more long term view of the team. After all, he drafted Love. Also his re-tool / re-build of the team would be more expedient if they moved on from Rodgers - which is ultimately in his best self-interest.

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MainePackFan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 06:42 pm

CW. Do you honestly think the Packers don't already know what direction ARod wants to go ?
Just my humble opinion, but I believe that Rodgers has already told them he wants to stay.
Now they have to figure out how to make that happen financially. Not just on AR's end but on the many other moving parts.

If that financial puzzle can't come to fruition, both parties will part ways figuring out how to divorce with neither party presented as the bad guy.

Cheesehead TV aside, I think the vast majority of Packer fans want AR back, and I think the organization knows that. Full disclosure, I am one of those fans.

That being said, this is tricky for both AR and the Packers. To put a competitive team together for this year, without becoming the Saints in 3 years won't be easy, and was never going to happen in a few weeks.

Either way we are all Packers fans when it's all said and done.

I believe the Packers want him back. I believe he wants to be back. If that wasn't the case, the decision would probably have already been announced. No need to show your cards until all the bets are in.

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Coldworld's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:11 pm

I believe that there is no way that Rodgers plus any roster they can put together will be a better proposition than they were last year or the year before. I believe that the result of keeping h him will be at best no different than those years but that we will lose potential draft picks and, worse, burden the team with significant dead money for years. No team who believed in their HC and system would do that. A year older with less at that cost is a proposition that promises only echoes and then the wilderness.

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dobber's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:14 pm

What I'm confused by is if the Packers were serious about a runback, why would they let those contracts expire over the weekend and count significant money against the cap, when they're scratching for every dollar? They could've re-upped some of them and at least carried them into camp (King is the best example) and any cuts would be post-Jun 1 and split over 2 years?

I just don't know what's going on here...

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MainePackFan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:59 pm

I have no idea, but I do know that's why they get paid and we don't :)

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Coldworld's picture

February 22, 2022 at 11:30 pm

And now a third kicker. It would seem they are seriously considering moving on from Crosby, whether through him retiring or to save cap.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

February 23, 2022 at 02:04 am

I agree. It looks like they may have made a run at Campbell. For the rest, I only see two possibilities:

1. GB did not want them back.
2. GB could not agree on their value/couldn't reach a deal.

I listed Sullivan in the "Iffy" category but also crossed off his name with a line through it, meaning I didn't see Sullivan returning.

I listed Campbell as gone with a line through his name. Figured someone will top $9M AAV.

King was just iffy. Probably had to be under $2.5M and I suspect someone will pay him more. Say King thinks his market is $4M; then $3M SB with $600K prorations, means a june 1 cut would be $1.35M dead this year and $4.65M dead in 2023. So, bye to King.

Tonyan is the surprise. At least, we don't know whether they tried. Oct. 28 injury (week 8 game). Could have given him $1.5 with a game active and then lots of incentives, all of which could have been not-likely-to-be-earned. Very doable if they wanted him back. So maybe Tonyan thinks someone will give him real guaranteed money. IDK.

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dobber's picture

February 23, 2022 at 05:50 am

Thanks for the clarification on post Jun1, TGR.

As for Tonyan, we need to consider the Packers know his injury is severe enough--or Tonyan is at a stage in his rehab--that he's really behind the 8-ball for 2022.

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MainePackFan's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:50 pm

I disagree. And I think If the FO agreed with your assessment we would not be having this conversation.

Think about it. If your job was to put your team in a position to win championships every year (without putting your team in a competitive disadvantage in future years) would you do something that you knew was going to blow this team up in 3 years?

I believe in the Packers FO. I think these guys are 10 steps ahead of wannabe's like me. At the end of the day (whatever they do) I will be a Packers fan, as I have been since 1970.... and so will you my friend:)

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Coldworld's picture

February 22, 2022 at 11:32 pm

Deference to incumbents is natural until the facts don’t seem to fit and then skepticism may prove a saving grace. In this case, I don’t see any permutation of history and roster that would justify that outside of the fantastical. Too often, those who can’t lead hold on to repetition in spite of the facts because it’s less scary than change. If I am wrong give me a reason why Rodgers plus less makes us a Super Bowl favorite.

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

February 23, 2022 at 02:07 am

"Cheesehead TV aside, I think the vast majority of Packer fans want AR back, and I think the organization knows that. Full disclosure, I am one of those fans."

I agree: I think most fans outside of CHTV not only want AR back but simply have assumed he will be back.

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croatpackfan's picture

February 23, 2022 at 04:15 am

I do not agree. It is not that all the Packers nation wants him back or wants him traded (retired), but I'll say from own through visiting different Packers oriented web pages the 60% is for trade, 40% is for keeping him and near 100% do not expect he will retire...

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dobber's picture

February 23, 2022 at 05:57 am

I think it's a very vocal group who really want change and a less vocal group who want him back. But I think by and large the less chatty middle ground tends to skew towards wanting him back, just much more passively. The chatter on these pages tends to be dominated more by the vocal "rallying for change" group.

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

February 23, 2022 at 01:08 pm

You don't count 13 wins for 3 seasons in a row and "winning anything?" You think Jordan Love is going to win 13 games for 3 seasons in a row? The Saints, Giants, Colts and Pats haven't won a title since moving on from Hall of Fame QBs. So would you rather watch a truly losing team and say good-bye to a 4 time MVP? Because they went 13-3, 13-3, 13-4 and lost in the playoffs?

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Alberta_Packer's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:36 pm

OK Rodgers just experienced a major break-up. Sad, but nearly everyone has experienced one. However, this just may be the impetus for him to start anew - somewhere else. This would not be unusual for someone's healing process.

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BirdDogUni's picture

February 22, 2022 at 09:44 pm

Not sure they broke up at all... In fact, on the Pat McAfee Show today, a woman laughed in the background, and AR played it off smiling saying it was the TV... The View no less... ;P The internet was saying it sounded like Shay's laugh.

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cheesehead1's picture

February 22, 2022 at 04:57 pm

This is getting so old. Make up your mind 12, stay or go, enough of the drama. Obviously a great QB, but no matter what, I’ll always be a GB fan first and foremost, regardless of who is under center.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

February 22, 2022 at 05:41 pm

I stopped being a Rodgers fan during last years drama starting on draft day. There is no going back for me now. Always a Packer fan over and above any player, but unlike many on here when a player pulls all the stuff Rodgers has it is time for them to go even if it affects wins/losses. ARod is a Captain and supposed to lead by example. What other players see is a diva who gets treated differently from everyone else (star treatment) spreading unrest in locker room.

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Swisch's picture

February 22, 2022 at 06:31 pm

I've been a big fan of Rodgers, but building on Knock's comment, what kind of a team leader does what he did last year in holding out and putting a highly promising season in jeopardy, so to speak?
As far as I can tell, he has little to no regret.
Time to stop wondering what Rodgers is thinking from week to week. Allow him to entertain a new fan base with his mysterious remarks.
P.S. I genuinely pray Rodgers well in his future endeavors that don't involve playing against the Packers.

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egbertsouse's picture

February 22, 2022 at 06:13 pm

He sends out a cryptic post to get everyone thinking he has made a decision thereby raising buddy Tank Top’s ratings numbers then he proceeds to talk about his colon on the show like anyone gives a crap (pun intended). What a narcissist. What a putz. Please get rid of him. Maybe get a less egotistical QB, like Cam Newton.

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croatpackfan's picture

February 23, 2022 at 04:32 am

Downvote for Cam Newton. I'm not sure Cam Newton is les egoistical... You know, he is, after all Superman...

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Bure9620's picture

February 22, 2022 at 07:51 pm

I doubt there is much before the March 8th Tag deadline. Never expected anything today. Not getting caught up in the social media Venus fly trap that is Aaron Rodgers.

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beerandbrats's picture

February 22, 2022 at 09:51 pm

Having the top seed and home field advantage in the playoffs 2 years in a row is pretty exciting, until you lose to a warm weather team on the frozen tundra. Getting the ball back in the 4th quarter of a tie playoff game with a chance to close it out is pretty exciting, until you go 3 and out. Going to the playoffs with AR12 as your QB is pretty exciting, until you lose 3 years in a row...

Special teams was a disaster in the playoffs but the Packers still put together a very solid team for 'The Last Dance'. This team swept the NFC West. This team beat both SB teams during the regular season. This team was good enough to win the SB but lost in the first round of the playoffs. How disappointing is that?

How much more disappointing would it be, if we didn't cash in and trade AR12 for a bounty when we had the opportunity?

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ImaPayne's picture

February 24, 2022 at 08:57 pm

I agree with Cowherd, Rodgers goes into a shell in the play offs because he is afraid of failure and is hell bent that he doesn't toss a pick that costs us the game and he gets picked on for it.
Thus, Adams is his safety net. He doesn't even try and thread any needles or spread it around, it's looking for sure hands Adams or audible a lot of runs.
I read one niner dback bragging how they were changing up the d and confusing Rodgers on what the coverage was and it worked. He went to runs because he didn't know who would be open.

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BirdDogUni's picture

February 24, 2022 at 10:21 pm

I would venture to bet Jordan Love is better than any QB in the draft this year. If only because he's learned what it takes to be a professional. Older, more mature, with the same or better physical gifts = better to me.

I know Gutey said it isn't "that time" right now, for him to be fielding calls for Love, but it won't be too long after the combine and those GMs go back over their notes from Love's draft class and review combine footage. Then it will be telling how many GMs call about Jordan Love.

Once it comes out that AR is playing and doesn't request a trade, I believe those calls for Love will come. How many IDK, but GMs doing their due diligence will call just to find out what Gutey is thinking.

Don't you think there will be calls?

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ImaPayne's picture

February 24, 2022 at 08:49 pm

my two sence.
1. Rodgers just broke off with fiance who lives in Colo. My guess, he told her no I'm not going to the Broncos I'm staying in GB. If he was retiring they would have plenty of time together, thus he doesn't want a trade or to retire.
2. He is holding out to make sure Adams, his closest friend and go to guy, gets the contract he deserves? I'm not buying he had discussions with management but rather he told them he will come back if they keep Adams.
3. I also beleive the team mates knows he is coming back. Otherwise why haven't we heard a peep out of any of them saying wow we really want you back Aaron. No they know the situation and are being quiet.

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BirdDogUni's picture

February 24, 2022 at 10:23 pm

I doubt you have any sense, but you might have two cents? IDK... ; P

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beerandbrats's picture

February 24, 2022 at 11:10 pm

This is what BleacherReport says the Packers could get in a trade with Philadelphia:

Green Bay Packers receive: 2022 first-round pick (via MIA), 2022 first-round pick (via IND), 2022 third-round pick, 2023 first-round pick, 2023 second-round pick, 2023 fourth-round pick

That's astounding! Make it happen! You can reload very quickly with all of these high picks. I would also advise we pickup Jalen Hurts as JL10 insurance. Let them compete! There are two significant differences between Hurts and Love - Hurts is confident and Hurts has playoff experience.

I absolutely believe it's grounds for dismissal if this trade doesn't happen. wink wink

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BirdDogUni's picture

February 24, 2022 at 11:13 pm

BleacherReport says?

That's like saying Fauci said...

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beerandbrats's picture

February 25, 2022 at 10:20 am

I agree!!! But Philly has the picks to do it.

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13TimeChamps's picture

February 25, 2022 at 07:19 pm

Three 1st's, a 2nd, a 3rd and a 4th for a soon to be 39 year old QB? Six draft picks!!!

Dream on....that ain't happening.

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