According to ESPN, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is fed up in Green Bay. Again. The three-time NFL Most Valuable Player is apparently so unhappy that he does not want to return to the team. Rodgers has expressed dissatisfaction with his coach and lack of offensive support and the team over the past year Of sparking his ire By drafting Jordan Love, a quarterback in the first round.
Rodgers is expected to be 38 years old. General manager Brian Gutekunst does not want to trade him, and Rodgers may not opt out of his current contract until 2022. Rodgers will lose millions of dollars In bonus if he sits out this season.
MVP Aaron Rodgers is so dissatisfied with the Green Bay Packers ruling that he has said something within the organization that he does not want to return to the team, league and team sources told ESPN on Thursday.
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After Adam Adam (@AdamSchefter) April 29, 2021
Over 100 college football players selected 2020 season Due to Coronavirus concerns, but some prospects are still expected to become first-round selections in the NFL draft.
Directed by Louisiana State receiver Ja’Marr Chase, Oregon offensive lineman Peenei Sewell and Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons, Opt-out players spent most of the fall and winter training for pro days, their best opportunity to remind NFL evaluators of their talent. Scouting personnel said the situation posed an unusual challenge, but felt they could complete an accurate assessment of the opt-out players through interviews and film reviews.
The Jaguars, Jets and 49ers will open the first round A quarterback (count on us). If the Falcons – or a team that trades – take one at No. 4, it would mark the first time the first four picks in the NFL Draft have been quarterbacks.
Only three times before quarterback with three picks taken: in 1999, Tim Kauch (Cleveland), Donovan McNab (Philadelphia) and Akeeli Smith (Cincinnati); And 1971With Jim Plunkett (New England), Archie Manning (New Orleans) and Dan Pastorini (Houston Oils).