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Anonymous NFL Exec Floats Blockbuster Aaron Rodgers Trade

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against the Bucs.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against the Bucs.

Just because the Packers don’t want to trade QB Aaron Rodgers now doesn’t mean their minds can’t be changed. And one anonymous NFL executive has floated a trade idea that fans might find very interesting.

Appearing on SportsCenter over the weekend, ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler revealed details of a talk he had with an executive who suggested a unique Packers-Seahawks trade. The executive floated the idea of the Packers swapping Rodgers to Seattle for Russell Wilson.

“Now here’s a complete wild card in Seattle…” Fowler said, via Bleacher Report. “One exec I talked to floated Seattle, just because John Schneider, the GM, has long-standing ties in Green Bay, and it’s clear he’s been unafraid to talk about Russell Wilson’s future with other teams as a potential trade. He talked to Cleveland a few years ago, has flirted with

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Anonymous email calls out Stanford for issuing bonuses to football, basketball staff

Stanford is drawing criticism for handing out bonuses to staff members who traveled with the football and both basketball teams throughout the pandemic. With the university set to cut 11 of its sports programs, there is internal concern about the hypocrisy of handing out bonuses amid a financial crunch.



a group of people playing a game of basketball: Stanford guard Kiana Williams shoots against Oregon during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Santa Cruz, Calif., Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Jed Jacobsohn)


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Stanford guard Kiana Williams shoots against Oregon during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Santa Cruz, Calif., Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. (AP Photo/Jed Jacobsohn)

An anonymous Stanford staffer sent an email that circulated through the Stanford athletic department expressing concern about the bonuses and department leadership, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The email also stated the bonuses were worth up to $5,000, but a Stanford statement disputed that figure.

Stanford did confirm that the university awarded bonuses to staffers traveling with the football and basketball teams:

“The scope and value of

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