Aaron Rodgers addresses Packers dysfunction by saying, “It’s about the people”

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on Kenny Mayne’s final episode of SportsCenter, at a time when Rodgers’ future with the team continues to be a major question mark.

To little surprise, Rodgers resisted making news. For the most part, he avoided doing so.

Beyond confirming that he didn’t show up for the start of the team’s OTA sessions, Rodgers avoided most questions about his status with the team.

“I’m just here so I won’t get fined, Ken,” Rodgers said initially. Mayne persisted.

“This is not about me,” Rodgers said. “This is about you. This is about years and years of watching you on TV. You, not just the highlights, but tuning in to watch you and Keith Olbermann and Stuart Scott changing the ways that late-night SportsCenters were done.”

Mayne didn’t relent.

“This isn’t what they want,” Mayne said. “They didn’t call on you for a tribute video here.

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3 Teams Named Favorites For Aaron Rodgers Trade

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday against Tampa Bay.

The Green Bay Packers remain adamant that they won’t trade Aaron Rodgers this offseason, despite the quarterback’s wish for a way out of his longtime organization. The two parties have reached a standstill in contract negotiations, leaving the future murky and the next step unclear.

While the situation continues in Green Bay, other teams around the league are biding their time to see what becomes of the partnership between the 2020 MVP and the Packers. No matter what happens, only a few franchises will have a realistic chance at making an offer for Rodgers.

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell said Sunday on SportsCenter that he sees seven teams as potential players in the bid for Rodgers this offseason. However, he named just three frontrunners: the Miami Dolphins, the Washington Football Team and the Denver Broncos.

Each of the aforementioned

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Aaron Rodgers to break silence on Packers feud on SportsCenter

Aaron Rodgers could potentially break his silence regarding his status with the Green Bay Packers during Kenny Mayne’s last SportsCenter later this month.

In the hours leading up to the 2021 NFL Draft, ESPN dropped the bombshell report that quarterback and reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers had no desire to play for the Green Bay Packers any longer. While football fans have heard general manager Brian Gutekunst and head coach Matt LaFleur speak on

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2 Words Used To Describe Aaron Rodgers’ Latest Mindset

Green Bay Packers v New Orleans Saints

Green Bay Packers v New Orleans Saints

We’re now into the second full week of Aaron Rodgers offseason drama, and it doesn’t look like we’ll be finished any time soon.

Rodgers remains unhappy with the Green Bay Packers organization, and the team is still insisting, at least publicly, that it has no intention of trading the star quarterback. There’s been no movement really on either side.

On SportsCenter this morning, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said the Packers are trying to work things out, but Rodgers is remaining firm in his stance.

“The Packers are still actively looking for solutions here; they’re trying to keep an open line of communication with Aaron Rodgers and his agent, Dave Dunn,” Fowler said, via Bleacher Report. “So, no traction in the short term. But many people around the league believe Aaron Rodgers is indeed ‘dug in,’ and there’s a belief by some that he

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