A day that brimmed with excitement as the Packers began their offseason program assumed a more incendiary tone Monday evening as quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed some of the claims in an explosive article published by Bleacher Report last week.
Some sources were on the record. In the report, Rodgers's leadership was questioned, along with his alleged attempts to undermine his head coach because of hard feelings that reportedly stemmed back to the 2005 National Football League draft.
"The thing is about the article, it's - it's not a mystery". "What happens is the same exhausted media folks picking it up and talking about it". "Just a true competitor and that stuff is just beyond me".
"The insane thing is there's super-slanted opinions in that piece stated as facts, and then there's quote-unquote facts which are just outright lies".
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"The MCL was frustrating as well because it did start to get better and then Christian Jones tackled me on the sideline in Detroit early in the game and it basically reset the whole thing", Rodgers said on the show. Brown had to tell a position coach he was "improvising" when the play didn't work out because he didn't want to throw Rodgers under the bus.
Adams was not happy to hear Rodgers' name being "dragged through the mud". It's also uncommon for such a level of dirty laundry to be aired so soon after the end.
If there are two other folks Rodgers might need to talk some things out with, it's his former pass-catchers Greg Jennings and Jermichael Finley, who have a history of criticizing their former teammate and did so once again in Bleacher Report's story. Maybe they all have an agenda? For instance, the Packers quarterback has been referred to as a bad teammate who is hard to coach and play with. We came off of a bad season in '05 and we built something special and had sustained success, so instead of trashing this guy on the way out - past year was tough, no doubt about it - but let's honor him and his legacy as the second-winningest coach in Packers history.
By looking at their roster, we can at least get an idea of which positions they may be targeting based on lack of depth at said positions.